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Our London Buddhist centre offers the same authentic meditations and teachings as before, but in a much more fitting setting. Suited especially for those who are new to Diamond Way Buddhism or to meditation in general, the evenings usually start with a cup of tea in the lounge for those who arrive a little early. An experienced Buddhist practitioner then gives a minute introduction to a fundamental Buddhist topic, such as Buddhism in the West or Meditation. The aim of the talks is always on what can be applied in daily life and what is useful to know in order to support our meditation practice. There is the opportunity to ask questions to clarify what was talked about. Then we meditate together for about 25 minutes.
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A meeting for anyone in recovery from addiction, habitual behaviours and obsessive tendencies. Meetings will be peer led. All donations go towards the running costs of the Buddhist Centre. Suitable for beginners and intermediate. Lalitaraja, Santva, Manjumitra, Khemananda and guest Order Members take turns to lead evenings, practising and communicating Buddhism.
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The Buddhist Society is a UK registered charity with the stated aim to:. The Buddhist Society is an inter-denominational and non-sectarian lay organization. It offers talks and classes on the teachings of all the different major mainstream Buddhist schools and traditions, as well as a structured programme of courses on general Buddhism, for both the public and members. It has a publishing programme and in its premises houses one of the main libraries in Britain on Buddhism. It is managed by an elected council and its patron is the 14th Dalai Lama.
The gallery, funded by and named after the Robert H. Ho Family Foundation which promotes Chinese culture and arts as well as Buddhism internationally, features sculptures from as early as the second century and as recently as Many have been kept in storage for decades due to a lack of space.