Meditation Night Online – See you in September

Our online Monday Meditation Night is on a summer break now and will be back on 5th September, with that evening being led by Tejananda. He’s a highly experienced practitioner and teacher, a long-standing member of the Triratna Buddhist Order, and author of The Buddhist Path to Awakening.

From September, Meditation Night will be on alternate weeks. As always, there’s no need to book, just turn up on Zoom a couple of minutes before we start. No fixed price either, though we encourage giving to the Centre if you can, to keep our physical and virtual doors open. The sessions are suitable for anyone familiar with the two meditation practices we teach here – Mindfulness of Breathing and Metta Bhavana – do get in touch if you’re not sure.

We’ve been running these evenings since first lockdown in March 2020. They’re a great place to continue your exploration of meditation in a friendly and supportive atmosphere and with a broad range of teachers, each with something different to bring. Meditation seems to lend itself to an online approach more than some activities, so we’ve kept this one online, at least for the time being, alongside the reintroduction of many face to face events at the Centre.

Online Morning Sits

If this is your sort of thing, you might also like the unguided daily morning meditation from the Buddhist Centre Online, 7.30 – 8.15 am, Monday to Saturday. Again, it’s a friendly session that works well online for many of us, and helps keep our practice alive. You’d probably need a bit of meditation experience as it’s a simple, silent, open sit for forty minutes with a very short introduction, bells at each end and the visible presence of many fellow practitioners.

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16-20 Turner Street
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0161 834 9232
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Opening Times:

• Tues, Weds, Thurs: 11am - 3pm
• Sat: 10.30am - 2.30pm
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Manchester Buddhist Centre is a registered charity (registration no. 514937). More information in our entry on the Charity Commission website - search charity list on 514937

Mission statement from our charity registration

The advancement of the Buddhist religion, in particular:

  1. To encourage members and others to live in accordance with the teachings of the Buddha
  2. To support ordained members of the Triratna Buddhist Order and other duly ordained Buddhists at the discretion of the Council of Manchester Buddhist Centre
  3. To maintain close communication with, and work under the guidance of, the Triratna Buddhist Order and in co-operation with other groups with the same objects
  4. To use applications of the Buddha’s teaching to promote the health and well-being of all
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