Special Events

We are blessed to be hosting visits by two incredibly inspiring women leaders, Lama Zangmo and Lea Wyler.


The information and booking details are below and booking is required as places are limited.


We do hope you can come and we really look forward to seeing you.

Lea Wyler, in conversation with Gelong Thubten

Saturday 16th July 2022

2.00pm - 3.30pm


Lea Wyler is President and Co-Founder of the humanitarian aid charity ROKPA INTERNATIONAL, which she started with the late Choje Akong Tulku Rinpoche.

At this event, Gelong Thubten will interview Lea about her life and charitable work, in what promises to be an eye-opening and deeply inspiring afternoon, with lively discussions on the transformative power of generosity and how to find meaning through helping others. There are limited places to this event, reserve your place using the following link. Donations can be made at the Centre on the day.

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Milarepa's Song of Happiness

Saturday 30th July 2022

2.00pm - 5.00pm


The teachings of the great 11th Century Tibetan yogi Milarepa are still practised today, and show us what is needed to gain inner peace and mental stability.

Milarepa's Song of Happiness describes how we can become free of habitual reactivity, unhelpful emotional patterns, and limited ways of seeing ourselves and others.

Lama Zangmo will explain this topic and how it relates to our own lives.  The course is suitable for anyone interested in gaining a better understanding of the purpose and benefits of Buddhist meditation.

There are limited places to this event, reserve your place using the following link. Donations can be made at the Centre on the day.

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The Noble Eightfold Path

Sunday 31st July 2022

2.00pm - 5.00pm


The Noble Eightfold Path contains eight interrelated aspects that make up the 'skilful living' which the Buddha taught is necessary to uproot suffering and its causes, and thus to sever the cycle of conditioned existence.

It comprises the three essentials of Buddhist training:  ethical conduct, mental training and wisdom.

This introduction to Buddhism is suitable for anyone wanting to get a better understanding of the Buddhist teachings and how we can apply them to our own lives.

There are limited places to this event, reserve your place using the following link. Donations can be made at the Centre on the day.

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