Buddhism / Events

Three Jewels Night

Come and join with sangha friends for our weekly puja. Puja is a recitation of verses and mantra chanting, where we remind ourselves of our potential for enlightenment. These evenings include talks, teachings and meditation to help deepen our practice. We are currently exploring The Mandala of the Five Buddhas.

Arrive from 7pm for tea and the chance to socialise. We start in the shrine room at 7.45pm.

Led by Vajragupta, Sujana and team

Every Tuesday, 7.30 – 9.30pm

Donations welcomed

Women's Dharma Workshop

The WDW is a creative exploration of the dharma by women at the NorwichBuddhist Centre to deepen our practice and friendships. The group isopen to all women who regularly attend the Centre. The Women's Dharma Workshop sessions are free to attend, donations are welcome.Fridays: arrive at 5:30pm for a prompt 6pm start - 7:30pm

2018: 26 Jan, 23 March, 20 April, 18 May, 22 June

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Men's Buddhist Workshop

Monthly Saturday morning sessions open to all men. An opportunity for men to get together and explore and practice meditation and Buddhism. Donations welcome.

Last Saturnday of each month
10am - 12noon
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2017: 25 Nov, 30 Dec

2018: 27 Jan, 24 Feb, 31 March, 28 April, 26 May, 30 June

CATALYST - Engaging the Heart and the Imagination

In this monthly event we explore the truth of the Dharma through our connections with the Arts and Imagination.

2017: 7.30 - 9.30pm on Friday 8 Dec

2018: 7 - 9pm on Saturdays once a month on the following dates:

13 Jan, 10 Feb, 10 March, 14 April, 9 June (May Art Weekend)

Donations welcomed

The Marriage of Heaven and Hell

How do Buddhist ethics differ from a more conventional approach to the subject – and why is the cultivation of energy so important in the Buddhist life? We’ll be exploring these topics through looking at William Blake’s The Marriage of Heaven and Hell – an illuminated book which is still exciting and challenging, centuries after it was first created. For OMs, Mitras, regulars and anyone who has done a course with us. Led by Sarvananda

Sun 28 Jan 10am – 4pm

£30/£25/£17

Please bring vegetarian, ideally vegan, lunch to share

Parinirvana Day

Sun 11 Feb 10am - 4pm

A day when we celebrate the Buddha’s final passing into Nirvana. Death is the greatest teaching on impermanence but is hard to embrace with equanimity. With the help of reflective exercises, we’ll shine a light on the reality of our own impermanence. The day will include meditation, puja, readings and practical exercises. Led by Vajragupta

Donations welcomed

Please bring vegetarian, ideally vegan, lunch to share

Buddha Day

At Saccaka's barn in South Norfolk

Sun 3 June
10am - 5pm

The biggest day in the Buddhist calendar. On this day we celebrate the Buddha Shakyamuni's enlightenment and reflect on what enlightenment means to us. Open to those who are familiar with our two meditation practices and have an interest in Buddhist ritual.

Donations welcomed

Please bring a vegetarian, ideally vegan, lunch to share.