Silent Morning Meditation Sittings
Mondays and Wednesdays 7.15am-8.00am with Co-ordinator: Marsha Cummings.
Meditation and Contemplative Skills
Tuesdays start Time: 7.00pm with Mahesi Caplan
Wednesdays 2.00pm-4.00pm Silent meditation session led by Stefan Karpik.
The Essence of Buddhism with Diana St Ruth
Thursdays 2.00pm-3.30pm (except the first Thursday in the month)
A Series of 5-Week courses with Colin Moore starting Monday 13th November 7.30-9.00pm
Entitled Recognising the Deathless, this will be on the teachings of the Buddha regarding the unborn and the unconditioned. Each session will be about 90 minutes long with meditation and time for discussion. Participants will be expected to make a commitment to study and practice between the weekly sessions. Suggested donation for each 5-week part: £25 (£15), but no one will be excluded on the basis of lack of funds. To register your interest and to find out more, please contact Colin at firstname.lastname@example.org (He will be away until 5th November and will respond then.)
Silent Meditation Day: Sunday 19th November 10.30am-4.30pm
A day of sitting and walking meditation. Please arrive before the doors close a 10.30am. Participants are asked to commit to the full day (alternate 35 minute sittings with 10-minutes slow walking). Individual instruction for beginners can be given on request. Please bring vegetarian lunch to share. Light refreshments will be provided.
Hall Clean-up: Saturday 25th November 2.00-4.00pm If you would like to lend a hand (with even just a little job) it would be very much appreciated. Just pop in whenever convenient to you during the clean-up time and you will receive a warm welcome.
Feel free to come and use the Golden Buddha Centre library during the following opening times. If you would like to borrow books, please enquire about membership. This is a unique and well-stocked library in its early stages of development.
Library Opening Times:
Everybody welcome. Above sessions by donation.
Held at: Golden Buddha Centre, The Grove, Totnes, TQ9 5EP
Buddhist teachings in Devon, England