Dharmavajra Kadampa Buddhist Centre

Meditation Classes in Swansea - Wednesday evenings - The Way of Awakening

Dharmavajra's Resident Teacher, Mike Garside Guide to the Bodhisattva's Way of Life Springfield House

When:

Wednesdays 7:30 to 9:15pm.
Reception open from 7:00pm.

2017 dates:
April 26th to May 24th
June 7th to July 19th.

Teacher's name: Kadam Mike Garside.

 

Pricing and booking:

Facility fee: £5 per person or £3 unwaged.
Please note we are a registered charity (1039234) and this fee covers the running costs; the teacher and the assistant do not receive payment.

You do not need to book in advance- these are drop-in classes.

Refreshments are available before and after the class and are included in the facility fee.

Where:

Dharmavajra Kadampa Buddhist Centre
Springfield House
Ffynone Road
Uplands SA1 6DE.

Classes cover these areas: Mumbles, the Gower, Bishopston, Sketty, Pontardawe, Ystradgynlais, West Glamorgan, University of Wales Swansea, Swansea Institute, Neath, Port Talbot, Briton Ferry, South Wales and South West Wales.

Our Resident Teacher guides meditations and explains aspects of Buddhist psychology and philosophy, emphasising their application in our everyday lives. This term will be based on the great Buddhist classic, Guide to the Bodhisattva's Way of Life.

In this class we explore central aspects of Buddhist thought and practice in more depth, through guided meditations, thought provoking teachings and lively discussion. Over the following weeks we will be examining how our mind creates the word we experience, and how to prepare our mind for deeper insight and inner transformation. As this class has been running for a number of years, the general level is more advanced than the Monday and Thursday class, but the practical emphasis makes them accessible to everyone. Each class is self contained so you can follow a course or just drop in any week. Everyone is welcome.

Find out about what to expect at a meditation class and about the courses.

"Through sincerely training in meditation on Modern Buddhism you will attain spiritual realisations, which lead you to permanent liberation from all the sufferings of this life and countless future lives. There is no greater meaning than this. Even temporarily, whenever you experience problems, unpleasant feelings, depression or unhappiness you can solve these problems immediately by transforming your mind into peace through your meditation practice. The benefits of meditation are immeasurable".
- Geshe Kelsang Gyatso