We’ll be starting a new series of Sangha Nights on ‘Sangharakshita Classics’ – short, powerful works by the founder of Triratna that have changed people’s lives. We’re beginning with ‘The Taste of Freedom’ – the Buddhist path as liberation.

“Just as the might ocean has but one taste, the taste of salt, so also my teachings have but one taste, the taste of freedom” – Buddha

About Sangha Nights
Our Sangha (spiritual community) Nights are open to all who are familiar with our foundation meditation practices (Mindfulness of Breathing and Metta Bhavana).
Doors open from 5.15pm until the first meditation session begins, with further entry points during the evening.
5.30pm-6.30pm – shared vegan meal (please bring a contribution)
6:30pm-7:10pm – meditation
7.10pm-7.15pm – late entry opportunity – please BUZZ for entry
7:15pm-8:15pm – Dharma study or collective practice
8.15pm-8.35pm – tea break
8:35pm-9.15pm – meditation and mantra
These events are free, but we do suggest for a voluntary donation of £5 towards the centre’s running costs, if you can manage it.