Buddhism encourages us to dive into life - to be part of it – so we experience the nature of Reality for ourselves, as a way to liberate ourselves. As parents we have to dive in, which is an opportunity, yet can feel we are drowning and lose perspective, which is a challenge.
Meditation, Buddhism and discussion led by a group of young Buddhists, with an experienced teacher joining us each month. In April we explore how we can go about approaching the mystery of reality in its fullness.
The Winslow Boy (1999). A dashing barrister, a determined suffragette, a boy wrongly accused. Or is he? Rattigan’s famous play, adapted by David Mamet; a witty, elegant period piece, beautifully played.
Systematically discover two meditation practices that can cultivate a calm, focused mind and transform your relationship to the world around you. A day for complete beginners to learn meditation from scratch but also a chance for those with some experience to re-establish their practice on sound principles.
Gather with other men aged 18 – 30 for a week spent evoking the energy, courage and sense of adventure that’s essential for a life of meaning and transformation. Expect discussion, meditation, ritual, friendship and a keynote talk from Jnanavaca.