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

Local communities day retreat – 2016

Another wonderful Day retreat as well as the privellege of witnessing three individuals’ Silvia; Aydan and Jack, going for refuge to the three jewels. The Buddha jewel (enlightenment), the Dharma (the teaching to enlightenment) and the Sangha (the community of […]

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Meditation on water iV

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Last but not least!

Why is the Sangha (community) jewel so important?
Peer Group; shared ideals; support; teaching and inspiration are all valid benefits of being part of a community but is that all?
In entering a Buddhist community, maybe in a few hours, weeks or […]

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Tea and Tree II

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Journey and the Guide – week 4

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Last Day retreat for 2016, join us!

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Last chance to sign up!

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The song of impermanence?

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Bad days

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Ikkyū’s Motto

 
The import of Ikkyū’s motto is that anyone can be saintly in refined conditions, but the real challenge is to achieve enlightenment in the midst of the world’s suffering, greed and hatred.
Ikkyu (1394-1481) was renowned for pointing out the hypocrisy […]

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