At Amitabha Kadampa Meditation Centre, Bristol

These courses are taught by the Resident Teacher of Amitabha KMC, Kelsang Lamchen.

She will explain and expand on particular topics of Buddhist meditation, drawing from texts and offering further insights from her own experience of daily practice.

There is a suggested donation of £20 (which includes a light vegetarian lunch), or £30 for blessing empowerments; however no-one is turned away due to lack of funds.

Most of the courses are from 10:30am to 3:30pm with regular breaks for refreshments and lunch. 

Please do book in advance so we can prepare enough lunch! For further information please email: 

Disappearing Our Problems

Saturday 22nd September.  10.30am – 3.30pm                                                              

With Kelsang Lamchen

In reality the way things exist is different from how they appear to exist. By understanding Buddha’s profound teachings on dependent-relationship we can free ourself from all suffering, living lightly in the understanding that things are not as solid as they seem.

Suggested donation for this class is £20. Includes a vegetarian lunch.

South West Dharma Celebration 2018

Blessing Empowerment of Buddha White Tara and teachings on the Path to Inner Peace

Friday 26th October – Sunday 28th October

Everybody is welcome to the teachings on ‘How to progress along the path to inner peace switfly and easily,’ from Kadam Bridget Heyes. The weekend will also include the empowerment of White Tara on Saturday 27th which is open to everyone. An empowerment is a special blessing ceremony in which we receive inspiration to heal our mind and awaken our pure nature. The celebration will be held at The Conference Hall, City Hall, College Green, Bristol. Find out more here.

Kadam Bridget will give a public talk on ‘Letting go of anxiety inspired by ancient wisdom’ in the same venue on the Friday night. You are very welcome to attend all or part of the weekend. Find out more here.

It’s A Wonderful Life

Monday 31st December.  10.30am – 3.30pm

Step into the new year with greater meaning and purpose.

Embracing impermanence allows us to let go of the past, change for the better and make every moment count.

The suggested donation is £20