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MAITREYA

Kadampa Buddhist Centre

Classes and courses in person and online.

Please see individual class details for more information.

 

Meditation Classes and Courses

Start The Week

(In person and online)

Monday

12.15-12.45pm

The Happiness Hour

(In person and online)

Tuesday

10.30-11.30am

Tuesday Evening Meditation Class

(In person and online)

Tuesday

7-8pm

Eastbourne Meditation Class

(In person only)

Tuesday

7.30-8.15pm

Wednesday Evening Meditation Class

(In person and online)

Wednesday

7-8pm

A Breath of Fresh Air

(In person only)

Thursday

12.15-12.45pm

 

Battle Meditation Class

(In person only)

Thursday

7.30-8.15pm

 

The Weekend Starts Here

(In person and online)

Friday

12.15-12.45pm

Winning the Lottery
of Life
Meditation Morning Course

Saturday 23rd July

10am- 12.30pm

Simply Meditate
Guided Retreat Morning

Saturday 20th August

10am- 12.30pm

About Us

Maitreya Kadampa Buddhist Centre is a special place of peace and refuge dedicated to public benefit. Our classes and courses give modern people the opportunity to develop mental peace through meditation. Everyone welcome.

Classes

We teach Buddha’s practical meditation techniques that can help everyone increase their inner peace, happiness and well-being. Whether you want to learn how to meditate or study more in-depth, we offer something for everyone.

Benefits

Learn tried and tested methods to reduce stress and anxiety, and increase mental clarity and focus. Discover how to solve daily problems and respond to life’s challenges constructively by developing a peaceful, positive outlook.

Free Ebook

BOOKS ON BUDDHISM & Meditation

If we want to be truly happy and free from suffering, we must learn how to control our mind. The real source of happiness is inner peace. If our mind is peaceful, we will be happy all the time, regardless of external conditions.

Geshe Kelsang Gyatso

Learn More

Videos on kadampa buddhism

Geshe Kelsang Gyatso - the founder of modern Kadampa Buddhism

Celebrating the New Kadampa Tradition

Learn more about our global not-for-profit Buddhist organization