Every Tuesday night, all year round, we explore the Dharma and practise together. Drop in when you can or make it a regular part of your Dharma life. Open to order members, mitras and people who have completed all three of the level 2 buddhism courses. We get together to study a particular aspect of the Buddha’s teaching, to practice meditation, or to take part in puja.
We have taken Dharma night online for the extent of the coronavirus lockdown. If you meet the above criteria, email Kuladharini@glasgowbuddhistcentre.com for the link details.
2020 programme theme: Virya The theme of Virya, or energy experessed in the pursuit of the good. A full programme of study, talks, meditation and pujas is offered to develop our understanding of the paramita of Virya as practiced by all Bodhisattva's intent on the well-being of all. Every week online from 19.00 to 20.30 (virtual room is open from 18.45)
Autumn Season The Brahma Viharas - a two month journey into the theory and practice of these 'heavenly abodes.'
1st September. Rijumitra (https://www.vajraloka.org/about/team/rijumitra-profile) of Vajraloka Retreat Centre in Wales kicks off our new season with an Introduction to the Brahma Viharas.
8th September. A full metta practice and opportunity to reflect on your practice, evening led by Kuladharini
15th September. Metta and Rejoicing to celebrate Karen McLaughlin leaving for her ordination retreat.
22nd September. Jinavamsa (GBC)offers us different approaches to working in metta practice
29th September. Tejananda of Vajraloka retreat centre in Wales brings us a somatic approach to working with Karuna/ compassion.
6th October. Tejananda continues his work with us on Karuna
13th and 20th October. Saddhanandi of Adhistana Retreat Centre in England leads us in the practice of Mudita
27th October. Upeksa - TBC
3rd November. Concluding puja/ Upeksa practice
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