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INTRODUCTORY LIFESKILLS MINDFULNESS MEETINGS

Just to let you know, there are two ‘Mindfulness Meetings’ planned for the 3rd and the 10th July from 7.30 – 9.30pm  in Tring Anglican Church Hall. These are open … Continue Reading →


Weekend Retreat 12th – 14th April – Chris Ward

We have a few spaces on our next retreat: Practising in the life that you live A weekend of mindfulness practice, teaching and discussion. Open to all and suitable for … Continue Reading →


A day of mindfulness practice at Amaravati led by Chris Ward

You are welcome to attend a day of mindfulness practice at Amaravati on the 15th December. We open at 9.30 for hot drinks in the Retreat Centre Kitchen and commence … Continue Reading →


Weekend Retreat 28th – 30th September led by Chris Ward

We still have some space on our next retreat: Mindfulness – the time of your life A weekend of mindfulness practice,  teaching and discussion. Open to all and suitable for … Continue Reading →


Next Lifeskills Mindfulness course – May 23rd 2012

Our next Lifeskills Mindfulness course starts on the 23rd May and we are currently taking registrations. See a fuller description here where a registration form is available.


Triple Gem spring clean

Over the next several weeks, the TG website will undergo a transformation. We are sweeping away tired old posts and material and introducing a new structure and content. Part of … Continue Reading →


Earthkind – Buddhist Action Day

This looks both interesting and worthwhile – a non-denominational Buddhist Festival honouring the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee, bringing people together and helping the Earth. Everyone can take part! BAD facebook Get Involved What … Continue Reading →


Next mindfulness course

We plan to commence the next LifeSkills Mindfulness (LSM) course at the end of February or early March in a venue at Abbots Langley near Watford. This will be the … Continue Reading →


A challenge to Buddhists

Back in 2007, Bhikkhu Bodhi, a respected and well-known Theravadan Buddhist monk published a challenge to Buddhists. I recently re-read this and some trenchant comment on Ajahn Punnadhammo’s ‘Bhikkhu’s Blog’ … Continue Reading →