Have you ever wanted to live a healthier, happy and more fulfilling life?

For thousands of years people have benefited from meditation in just this way. Based within a Buddhist context the Triratna East Surrey Buddhism and Meditation Group offers individuals the opportunity to come together on a regular basis for collective practise in a friendly and supportive environment.

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Weekly Meditation

We meet for mindful meditation every Tuesday evening at Lloyd Hall, Brickfield Lane, Outwood, Surrey.

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Buddhism

The group is facilitated by practising Buddhists/Meditators who will aim to assist you or if they are unable to put you in contact with someone who can.

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Blog

Whether you are looking to answer the big questions in life or just wanting to become a more happy and healthy individual, meditation and buddhism can help.

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Contact Us

Our Tuesday group is from 7.30-9.30pm open to all and there is no charge for attending. Please contact us for more information.

Recent Posts

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Full Moon Curry

As Lloyd hall is closed for structural work our next practice evening will be April 25th. However, we are meeting as Sangha for a meal at Curry Garden on Brighton Road, Redhill, this Tuesday (11th ) @ 8pm. It’s an […]

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Four Reminders – Samsara

This is the last of the four mind-turning reflections, which have taken these from Madhyamavini’s blog. Samsara is often defined as the endless cycle of birth, death and rebirth as depicted in the wheel of life. Or, you may understand it […]

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April classes cancelled

Due to structural work at Lloyd Hall there will be no mediation classes on April 11th or April 17th. Next Tuesday will be the last one before April 25th. As an alternative you may like to go to Croydon Buddhist […]

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March Full Moon Puja

We had a wonderful Puja before Christmas and even those who had never seen a Buddhist ritual before said they felt moved by it. Our next Full Moon Puja at Lloyd Hall will be on Tuesday March 14th.

The Sevenfold Puja is […]

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A Mitra’s Thoughts on Soullessness, Morality and Compassion

We all have a sense of self; we believe we are egos, a soul animating a puppet of flesh. An idea expressed in language as ‘I’, ‘Me’ and ‘mine’. But, imagine for a second that this idea of our self […]

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Buddhafield South East Camping Retreats

Booking Open for 2017 retreats
Buddhafield South East is very pleased to announce that booking is now open for our 2017 retreats. 
Book soon for our Spring retreat on the bank holiday weekend 28th April to 1st May and join Sahajatara and the […]

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The Four Reminders – Karma

This is the third of the four mind-turning reflections, which have taken these from Madhyamavini’s blog. Karma explains how our past actions affect us, either positively or negatively, and that our present actions will affect us in the future. Buddhism uses […]

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Free Mobile Web Meditation App

In order to develop my regular practice at home I wrote a meditation app that provides an easy way to access guided meditations and timed practice bells. As well as guided meditations from Padmapriya there are also talks from FreeBuddhistAudio.com. Also included […]

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The Four Reminders – Reflection on Death

This is the second of the four mind-turning reflections. According to the Buddhist way of thinking, death, far from being a subject to be shunned and avoided, is the key that unlocks the seeming mystery of life. It is by […]

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The Four Reminders – This Precious Opportunity

Reflecting on the four reminders, or mind-turning reflections, is a great way to strengthen your regular practice. Some people like to keep a copy of them by their shrine and refer to them daily so I thought I’d look them up […]

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