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Buddhist Mindfulness & Meditation Society

This Buddhist Mindfulness and Meditation society provides an open and welcoming environment for anyone to practice meditation – particularly mindfulness/awareness meditation – and to discuss ideas and concepts related to meditation and Buddhism, led by an experienced external student of Buddhism.

We meet once per week, offering Buddhist mindfulness and meditation training, along with open discussion and participation. It is designed to offer students a taste of some of the basic practices and concepts of Buddhism. The course samples the basic techniques of mindfulness meditation, loving-kindness meditation and shamatha or ‘calm-abiding’ meditation. Example topics include:

  • Guided sitting meditation (sitting postures; developing a regular practice)
  • Mindfulness of breathing
  • Developing loving kindess towards oneself and others
  • Analytical meditation (where is the ‘I’?)
  • The present moment

WHEN: Every Wednesday 6.30pm-7.30pm

WHERE: The Meeting House (The round building with coloured glass, upstairs), Falmer campus


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  • Buddhist Mindfulness & Meditation Society Standard Membership£0.00

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