‘Equanimity in Buddhism views all sentient beings as being the same in that we are all under the influence of attachment and aversion. All of us want happiness and freedom from suffering. […]
‘Usually we only think external things disturb our minds. We don’t notice that our own negative emotions and thoughts disturb our minds. That’s why the Buddha’s teachings focus on developing awareness of […]
‘In Tibetan Buddhism the spiritual teacher is regarded as a good friend who has fully developed their love, compassion and wisdom. That’s why it is very important to have a fully qualified […]
‘When travelling on unknown terrain, like hiking in the mountains, it’s very helpful to have a guide who can show us the dangers and pitfalls and put us on the correct path […]
‘There are no intrinsically bad people. We can do negative actions but we can also stop doing them and do more positive actions instead. If we really wish to, we can change […]
Please note, there will be no Meditation for Beginners session this Monday evening. The next session will be next Monday, 10th July 2023.
‘Listening to Dharma teachings, even for many years, may leave […]
‘The Buddha passed down many teachings and techniques in an unbroken lineage to the present. Intellectual knowledge of these is not enough. We should try to practise and realise them. Like learning […]