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 […]Read More
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 […]Read More
Our final practice evening of the year is on December 13th, which happens to be the date of the December full moon. To make the occasion we will be doing something special, a Full Moon Puja.
The Sevenfold Puja is a […]Read More
West Kent Sangha are delighted to invite us to their next Sangha retreat which will be held at Triratna’s largest retreat centre, Adhisthana, in Herefordshire over the weekend of 20th – 22nd January 2017.
This will […]Read More
We had a more Dharma oriented evening yesterday at the Old Post, beautifully lead by Padmapriya. For me the meditation was about accepting the impermanence of all things and that in the birth of a new job also lies also it’s […]Read More
The wonderful thing about the room we use at Heaven in Nutfield for our weekly meditation is that it has a glass ceiling. As I looked up after this weeks meditation, lead excellently by Dhruvamati, I found myself thinking about […]Read More