Meditation Night (In-person)
Meditation Night is our weekly practice night. Come and practice with a community of meditators.
Our new Meditation Night series 'The Powers that Transform' starts on 29 July.
In this new Meditation Night series we'll be looking at a set of principles that the Buddha taught as being the very lifeblood of spiritual practice. They’re called the five spiritual faculties. You can think of them collectively as a sort of navigational tool guiding you in your practice, but also as a source of power and inspiration - both on and off the cushion.
Meditators and Dharma practitioners do well when they consult these principles every step of the way: they are relevant to people who are quite new to meditation and Dharma practice, as well as to those who are more experienced.
As always at Meditation Night there will be short talks, led meditations and a chance for questions.
In order to attend in person you will need to book your place for each individual session (links below). We are currently restricting in person places whilst we transition out of Covid restrictions. Please see our announcement about visiting the Centre with the relaxing of Covid restrictions on 19 July.
We teach two main meditation practices; the mindfulness of breathing and metta bhavana (or cultivatation of loving kindness). If you're unfamiliar with these practices, we do have short introductions to them as well as a led version of each on our Youtube channel.
Catch up with previous Meditation Nights on our Youtube channel.
Please be aware that none of the classes/events run by the Cambridge Buddhist Centre are aimed at under 18-year-olds. All under 18-year-olds must be accompanied by their parent or another responsible adult over the age of 18 (with their parent's permission). Please contact us in advance of attending at email@example.com so we can assess how suitable the event is for the young person and how we can safely enable them to engage in an online class.