Clacton-on-Sea Saṅgha Night

Every Thursday, 7:00pm - 9:30pm.

The evening is suitable for all levels of experience, however newcomers may prefer to come to our Introductory Course.

The evening is usually structured in two halves. In the first half there is a meditation practice, and after a short tea break, we will explore another aspect of Buddhism either with a talk and discussion.

Programme

Date Subject
Eigthfold Path
10/01/19Eightfold Path - Perfect Vision
17/10/19Eightfold Path - Right Emotion 1
24/01/19Eightfold Path - Right Emotion 2
31/01/19Eightfold Path - Righ Speech
07/02/19Eightfold Path - Right Action & Livelihood
14/02/19Eightfold Path - Right Effort, Awareness & Meditation
21/02/19Puja
Journey & The Guide
28/02/19Journey & The Guide Week 1
07/03/19Journey & The Guide Week 2
14/03/19Journey & The Guide Week 3
21/03/19Journey & The Guide Week 4
28/03/19Journey & The Guide Week 5
04/04/19Journey & The Guide Week 6
11/04/19Journey & The Guide Week 7
18/04/19Journey & The Guide Week 8
25/04/19Journey & The Guide Week 9

Where to Find Us

The class is held at the Quaker Meeting House, a 5 minute walk from the station. There is free street parking on the road.

Frequently Asked Questions

What time should I get there?

We start fairly promptly at 7pm. If you like, come a little early to chat to one of the team.

What should I wear?

There's no special requirements, just whatever is comfortable to sit in.

Do I need to book?

No - just turn up!

Do I need to be a Buddhist?

The class is especially suited for people who are completely new to meditation and Buddhism, and suitable for everyone, regardless of your religious beliefs.

How much does the class cost?

All of our classes are run on a donation basis. The suggested amount is £7, but this is not a set charge. We just ask you to give what you can to support the class, and everyone is equally welcome, even if you cannot give anything at all.

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The Team

Maggie
Maggie
Sīlanātha
Sīlanātha
Sthiranaga
Sthiranaga
Karunanatha
Karunanatha