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Regulars' Weekends

Vajrasana Sangha Courtyard

Faith is innate, doubt acquired.  – Sangharakshita


Intro Weekends Regulars' Weekends Longer Retreats Solitary Retreats

My hut lies in the middle of a dense forest;
Every year the green ivy grows longer.
No news of the affairs of men,
Only the occasional song of a woodcutter.
The sun shines and I mend my robe;
When the moon comes out I read Buddhist poems.
I have nothing to report, my friends.
If you want to find the meaning, stop chasing after
so many things.

– Ryokan

Aug 24

Triratna International Gathering: Our Future Dharma

Our Future Dharma: what the world needs now
Sep 15

Going Deeper Weekend Retreat: The Mind Unleashed

Explore the Dharma more deeply on this intensive weekend. For those who know both the Mindfulness of Breathing and the Metta Bhavana.
Oct 06

Women's Regional Order Weekend

A weekend for Dharmacharinis (members of the The Triratna Buddhist Order).
Oct 06

Great Gathering for Men - Inviting the Enlightened Mind

If you were inviting the person you respect most in all the world into your living space, how would you beautify it to make them welcome?
Oct 13

Women’s Mitra Retreat: Turning the Mind to the Dharma

On this retreat we will be focusing our minds on the opportunities for spiritual practice through the Four Mind-Turning Reflections. Through reflecting on impermanence, the effects of karma and seeing through the illusion of samsara we deepen our going for refuge to the Three Jewels.
Oct 29

Chi-Kung and Meditation Retreat

A retreat led by Jayaka with special guest 'Sifu Lam Tin Yu' son of Master Lam Kam Chuan leading the ancient art of Zhan Zhuang which is a form of Chi Gong.
Nov 17

Satipatthana: direct path to realisation

Explore the Dharma more deeply on this intensive weekend. For those who know both the Mindfulness of Breathing and the Metta Bhavana.