Classes in Buddhism and Meditation
Due to the impact of the Corona Virus (COVID-19), we are for the time being suspending meetings of the Clifton Meditation Group. Further information will be posted here and on our Facebook page in due course. In the meantime please do contact us at email@example.com if you have any questions.
Find out more about Buddhism and learn a simple meditation technique every Thursday evening at 8.00pm at Bristol University Multifaith Chaplaincy.
Sessions are run by Simon and Aurielle from the Sakya Buddhist Centre in St Andrews. Experienced Buddhist practitioners themselves, Simon and Aurielle are students of internationally renowned Buddhist teacher, Lama Jampa Thaye, one of the very few Westerners authorised to teach all levels of Buddhism.
What is meditation?
“Meditation is a way of cultivating a correct perception of what it is to be alive. From the Buddhist point of view, suffering originates in our mistaking what is the nature of our mind, what is the nature of the world. So, to meditate is, in a sense, to clarify things. To come to appreciate each moment as it really is.” Lama Jampa Thaye.
There is no fee but all donations towards the running costs of the Sakya Buddhist Centre gratefully accepted.
Clifton Buddhist Meditation Group
Bristol University Multifaith Chaplaincy
t: 07809 674056
Clifton Sakya Buddhist Group is run by volunteers and is administered by Sakya Dechen Buddhism Ltd, registered charity no: 1163076