Wellington Buddhist Centre is the hub of a friendly community of people who are interested in Buddhism and meet up regularly to meditate and support each other.
At the Centre you can:
- Explore a new way of looking at the world that is in accord with the ways things actually are
- Learn practices and lifestyles to help you develop and maintain a more positive and clearer mind
- Enjoy the supportive and understanding friendship of like-minded people.
There are regular classes for newcomers to Buddhism and meditation, as well as a programme of other classes, events, retreats, festivals and study seminars for those with more experience.
Approaching the Dharma
Tuesday – 28 February, 7pm to 9pm
The Dharma is the teaching of the Buddha, one of the most important aspects of Buddhism. But how are we to approach these teachings? Are they commandments everyone must follow. Or are they just interesting philosophical ideas? What is their purpose? What do they lead to? And what do you do if you disagree with them?
Come along and hear Akashagarbha talk on the traditional Buddhist approach to the Dharma.
Cost: By donation
Eight Step Recovery Meetings
These meetings open to anyone who defines as being in recovery from addiction, habitual behaviours and obsessive tendencies.
This are a peer led sessions where we focus on the Buddhist Teachings to overcome addiction. The seminal text is “Eight Step Recovery Using The Buddha’s Teachings to Overcome Addiction”, and some meetings will include other Buddhist recovery books as part of the focus of the meeting.
We run on Dana, a Buddhist tradition of generosity. Please give what you can afford. Coming along to the meeting is a gift,and if you can give more it is welcomed.
No need to book.
Wellington Buddhist Centre is located upstairs at 6-8 Broomhedge Street, Mount Cook, Wellington. There is plenty of parking right outside the centre in the evenings and on weekends.
Contact us for more information.