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 […]Read More
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 […]
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 […]Read More
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 […]Read More
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