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Meditation & Modern Buddhism In Blackpool

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About The CentreContact Details

WHO WE ARE

  • Keajra Kadampa Buddhist Centre
  • 64 Holmfield Road, Blackpool, FY2 9RT
  • The building has been shut due to Covid and is slowly re-opening
  • For details on the latest classes please call (01772) 884919 or email mail@meditateinlancs.org.uk
  • Everyone welcome, no experience needed
  • Registered Charity, Number 1080291

To Contact

(01772) 884919

SUNDAY CLASSES

As part of the Centre re-opening, there will be some Sunday classes over the next few months.

 

Sunday 21st November

‘All You Need Is Love’

Sunday 5th December

‘Don’t Let Your Thoughts Get You Down’

For more details, please call (01772) 884919, email mail@meditateinlancs.org.uk, or check back nearer the time.

MONDAY NIGHT CLASSES

Before the Covid situation, there was a regular Monday night meditation class at the Centre.

This is currently only available on-line.

There are plans to start this class again at the Centre on Holmfield Road, although we do not yet have a start date for this.

To watch the Monday night class on-line, please go to the website for the Kadampa Meditation Centre in Preston and order the ‘Monday Night Internet Class’.

Please click here to go there directly. 

SATURDAY MORNING CLASS

At Keajra Centre, 64 Holmfield Road, Blackpool, FY2 9RT

Saturday 9th October, 11am – 11.30am

Free, no need to book.

With Sarah McGovern

LYTHAM CLASS

YMCA, Mythop Rd, Lytham Saint Annes FY8 4HB

Wednesday Nights

7.30pm – 9pm

At YMCA, Mythop Rd, Lytham Saint Annes FY8 4HB

£5, no need to book.

With Nick Colledge

Please note – no class on Wednesday 27th October

About Meditation

The purpose of meditation is to make our mind calm and peaceful.

If our mind is peaceful, we will be free from worries and mental discomfort, and so we will experience true happiness; but if our mind is not peaceful, we will find it very difficult to be happy, even if we are living in the very best conditions.

Benefits Of Meditation

 

When the turbulence of distracting thoughts subsides and our mind becomes still, a deep happiness and contentment naturally arises from within. This feeling of contentment and well-being helps us to cope with the busyness and difficulties of daily life.

 

So much of the stress and tension we normally experience comes from our mind, and many of the problems we experience, including ill health, are caused or aggravated by this stress. Just by doing breathing meditation for ten or fifteen minutes each day, we will be able to reduce this stress.

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