Young Buddhists: The True Meaning of Karma
Sunday, May 29th @ 11:00 am – 1:00 pm
Do you feel as if you are a “bad” person? Have you had difficulties in your life and wondered why this keeps happening to you? Are you concerned that something you have said or done in the past has contributed to how your life is now?
Karma is one of the most misunderstood concepts in Buddhism. Karma is not always within our control and being a Buddhist is not necessarily about being “good”.
Often seen as a negative, the concept of Karma can, in fact, be an inspiring tool to help us live more fulfilling lives in a way that releases us – and others – from blame.
Come and find out how to make sense of the Karma in our lives, in a way that empowers us to transform ourselves.
A delicious vegan lunch will be served after the event, at 1pm. We ask that you reserve your place by booking and paying the refundable deposit below – £8 (£5 conc).
How to Join
Please use the form below to book a ticket and pay the refundable deposit of £8 (full) or £5 (concessions) which includes lunch.
At the end of the event, you will be offered the opportunity to have this amount refunded to you or to donate it to The Centre.
If you are unable to attend and want us to refund your deposit you must let us know at least 48 hours before the event by sending an email to email@example.com.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is this event suitable for me?
This event is open to anybody in their early 30s or younger. You don’t need any experience of meditation as full instruction will be given.
Do I need to book?
Please use the form above to book your place and pay your refundable deposit. You can use the form to tell us of any dietary requirements you have.
What should I wear or bring with me?
There are mats and meditation cushions available at the Centre. Just wear clothing you feel relaxed in. You may want to bring a notepad and pen but it isn’t a necessity.
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