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Buddhist Meditation Group - Redruth
Address: 81 Gwithian Towan, Hayle TR27 5BU or 01736 759032 (Lee Stevenson) Cornwall
Affiliation: Hartridge Buddhist Monastery, Devon
Phone: 01736 753175 (Daniel Davide)
Contact: Daniel Davide
Cornwall Serene Reflection Meditation Group
Address: or 01637 860435 (Jeanie French) Cornwall
Tradition: Mahayana, Order of Buddhist Contemplatives, Soto Zen
Affiliation: Throssel Hole Buddhist Abbey
Phone: 01841 540556 (Betty Hahner)
Founder: Rev. Master Jiyu-Kennett
Address: Dharmachari Jayaratna Mobile (07816) 653 306 Or contact Viramitra on 01392 432405 Cornwall
Tradition: Non-Sectarian, Western Buddhism
Phone: (01752) 851 321
The West Country Sangha
Address: 127 Monks Road, Exeter EX4 7BQ Cornwall
Affiliation: Community of Interbeing, UK
Phone: 01392 431555
Contact: Colin Defoe
Whitecross Buddhist Meditation Centre
Zen Practice Centre Trust - Cornwall
Address: Greenlands, Fore Street, Polgooth, PL26 7BX Cornwall
Affiliation: Zen Practice Centre Trust, UK National Orgainisation
Phone: 01726 70293
Contact: Stephen Griffin
Aro Vajrayana Practice Group
Germoe Penzance Cornwall TR20 9RU
Tradition: Vajrayana, Tibetan, Nyingmapa, Aro Ter Lineage
Affiliation: Aro Ter Lineage, Sang-ngak-chö-dzong
Phone: 01736 850373
Fax: 01736 851185
Spiritual Director: Ngak chang Rinpoche and Khandro Déchen
Teacher: Ngakma Nor dzin
Notes and Events:
Twice monthly meetings for silent sitting and Yogic song near Penzance in West Cornwall.
Annual non-residential retreat in Cornwall.
See http://arobuddhism.org/events for details of all events in UK, continental Europe and the USA including meditation groups, retreats and shsort courses.
See http://arobuddhism.org for details of the lineage and tradition.
Penzance Buddhist Meditation Group
Address: 33 The Close, Treneere, Penzance, Cornwall TR18 3NU Penzance Cornwall TR18 3NU
Affiliation: Friends of the Western Buddhist Order
Phone: 01736 874689
Teachers: Visiting FWBO order members
Contact: Wilf Frith
Notes and Events:
After a break of a year or so, the group is hoping to resume in early 2010. The classes offer people the chance ot meditate together, using the Mindfulness of Breathing and the mettabhavana - i.e. the development of ‘loving-kindness’. Meditations will be guided to the extent that those present at any given time will require, so experienced meditators or novices are equally welcome. Time will also be put aside afterwards to discuss, share meditation experiences, difficulties, etc, also questions on any aspect of Buddhism.