As we continue to explore the mandala of the system of spiritual practice this year, we will be focusing tonight on the aspect of spiritual receptivity.
For most people, the biggest hurdle to regular practise is commitment. Attending these Monday nights each week is one way to help ourselves develop such motivation through personal experience and the support of other like-minded people. These Monday nights will also provide us with a 'box of tools' capable of changing our life for the better.
The evening starts in the shrine room and ends around 8pm. After that, you are welcome to then stay for a cup of tea, ask further questions, talk about Buddhism, and meet like-minded people.
Although Dharma Night is suitable for everyone, regardless of their level of experience or exposure to Buddhism, if you like what you find we recommend that you sign up for one of our introductory Buddhist meditation courses. These courses provide a systematic introduction to Buddhist meditation practise and are really the best first step if you feel like exploring more.
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