Public Talk at The Buddhist Society
Wednesday February 21st at 6:30pm
The Buddha taught that true fulfilment is not to be found in satisfying our fleeting wants and desires, which at best leads to a temporary and precarious happiness. A true and authentic life is to be found in full engagement with our lived experience, and in the realization of – or at least a faith in - the transcendent reality in which we are embedded. The Zen Way reconnects us with ourselves, and enables us to live life in accord with the eternal Dharma, and the laws of earth and heaven. This is the true happiness and completeness we seek.The Buddhist Society, 58 Eccleston Square, London, SW1V 1PH
Public Practice Evening at Shobo-an
Thursday 22nd February 2018
Why do we meditate?
Nourishment for the Human Heart
Starting out or wanting to go deeper?
This evening will explore how meditation helps us live with a sense of deep inner contentment.
A Talk with Meditation
The evening will be suitable for Buddhists
and non-Buddhists alike.
Tea will be provided afterwards - we hope you can stay.
Venue: 58 Marlborough Place, St. Johns Wood, NW8 0PL
This course consists of seven consecutive talks designed to acquaint the newcomer with the basic fundamentals of Buddhism. The course is held on Tuesdays at 6:30pm and is open to all. The next course dates are:
9th January - 27th February 2018
(No class Tuesday 30th January 2018)
This Course is Open to the Public, Free of Charge and there is No Need to Book
Next course begins Thursday 8th February at 6:30pm
Monthly Sunday Classes 11:00am - 12:30pm
This Meditation for Daily Life is based on the First Turning of the Wheel and includes the Three Signs of Being, the Three Fires, the Four Noble Truths, the Paramitas, the Five Hindrances and the Eightfold Path.
The class is led by Debbie Sherlock of Shobo-an Zen Centre
The next class is:
Sunday 4th February 2018
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