“Taking refuge in the sangha means putting your trust in a community of solid members who practice mindfulness together. You do not have to practice intensively—just being in a sangha where people are happy, living deeply the moments of their days, is enough. Each person’s way of sitting, walking, eating, working, and smiling is a source of inspiration; and transformation takes place without effort. If someone who is troubled is placed in a good sangha, just being there is enough to bring about a transformation.”
– Thich Nhat Hanh
When: Every Thursday 7pm to 9pm. No need to book, just turn up.
Where: Westminster Quaker Meeting House, 8 Hop Gardens, off St. Martins Lane, London, WC2N 4EH. For directions, click here
For: People of all ages, suitable for those who attend the mornings or afternoons of mindfulness on Saturdays or familiar with basic mindfulness practice in this tradition. If you are new, please consider attending the Morning of Mindfulness or Afternoon of Mindfulness.
Cost: There is no charge but a suggested donation of £5, or more or less according to your financial situation, to cover the room rental is greatly appreciated. Any surplus goes to supporting other community activities.
Mats, cushions and chairs are available at the venue.
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