West London Buddhist Centre

Sangha Night

Published in Drop-in Buddhism Classes, Drop-in Sangha Classes

  • Tuesdays 7-9.30pm
  • Booking not required
  • No charge, suggested donation £10

The Sangha Night class is a chance to explore Buddhism and meditation through a rolling programme of presentations and small group discussions. Open to all who have learnt meditation. A Buddhism course is a good way in to this class, but you are very welcome whether or not you have done a course. Tuesdays 7-9.30pm, by donation. You can listen to recordings of some of the talks at www.freebuddhistaudio.com.

Sangha Nights: The arts, creativity and healing – Buddhism in the human realm

We are in the last few months of focussing on Ratnasambhava, Bodhisattva of the human realm. Over the next five Sangha Nights we will explore how the arts, creativity and healing activity ennoble our human lives, enrich our spiritual practice and give expression to the Bodhisattva ideal.

Tuesday nights 7-9.30pm

11 February: ‘Nothing is real, everything is imagined’ – Art as spiritual practice, led by Tarakarunya

18 February: The Possibilities of Play – Sophie in conversation with Bodhilila, exploring the importance of creativity and play in our spiritual practice.

25 February: To be confirmed

3 March: The Healing Power of the Dharma, led by Ratnadeva

10, 17, 24 March: The Matrix of Mindfulness, led by Vajradaka

Mindfulness is the all-pervading infra-structure upon which all growth and development, both personal and spiritual can flourish. In these three evening workshops Vajradaka  will lead us into practical and direct meditations and exercises which highlight how different facets of mindfulness help us become more positive and go beyond limitations in our meditation and everyday life

31 March: Healing as Metaphor, led by Amlanadhi

Sangha Night team