West London Buddhist Centre

What is a Mitra?

Published in Buddhist Events & Festivals, Calendar for all events, Sangha Events

  • Sat Nov 2nd 2019
  • 2:00 pm
  • 4:00 pm
  • Booking not required
  • No charge, donation welcome.

What helps you to grow and flourish as the unique person that you are? WLBC’s classes and activities are intended to help everyone find their own answer, whether through meditation, mindfulness, Buddhist practice, arts, yoga and bodywork or simply being part of a positive community. They are largely open to anyone, whether or not they think of themselves as Buddhists, or are even interested in Buddhism. People are welcome to participate in our programme as much or as little as they like, and take from it whatever they find useful.

But for people who want to go more deeply into Buddhist practice, and are drawn to committing themselves to the Buddhist path, there is also the opportunity to do this by becoming a ‘mitra’, or ‘friend’ of the Triratna Buddhist Community, of which WLBC is a part. This special event explores what this means: the role of commitment, what being a mitra means in practical terms, and what resources and opportunities for practice it opens up.

Bodhilila (Chair of WLBC) and Ratnadeva (Men’s Mitra Convenor)

Coronavirus (COVID-19) update: *6/7/2020* The Centre will remain closed to the public until the end of September. We have an online programme of classes, retreats and courses. Sign up to our newsletter for the latest.