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Tendai Buddhism UK

Address: Shikan-do Tendai Temple, Hythe, Southampton, Hampshire   Hythe Hampshire
Tradition: Mahayana, Tendai Shu
Affiliation: Senzoji 天台宗泉倉寺
Phone: 07741483665
E-mail: tendai.uk@talktalk.net
Website: https://tendaiuk.com/
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Main Contact: Rev Seishin Clark  Email  (Phone: 07741483665)
Notes and Events:

We are small group of priests and lay people practicing Tendai Buddhism in Hampshire, UK.


Tendai Lotus Sangha

Address: Gulbjergvej 40 Slagslunde 3600 Stenløse, Denmark  
Tradition: Mahayana, Tendai (japansk Ekayana-skole)
Phone: 48 18 4815
Website: http://www.tendai.dk
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Main Contact: Shomon Pia Trans  
Teacher: Shomon Pia Trans  
Spiritual Director: Monshin Naamon  
Notes and Events:

Sangha meetings every tuesdays from 19-21 (7-9 pm.). Includes Tendai Buddhist ceremony, meditation and discussions.

Learn more about Buddhism and Tendai on www.tendai.dk , here you will also find our program for the comming period.


Tenryuji

Address: Mas del Coll Farrer   La Granadella / Catalunya 25177
Tradition: Mahayana, Shakyamuni
Affiliation: AZI/ Antaiji/Hokyoji
Phone: 0034 973130713
Fax: 0034 973130713
E-mail: zenkannon@tinet.org
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Spiritual Director: Taizen Aberrahman Costa  Email  (Phone: 0034973130713)
Notes and Events:

Zazenkai twice every month. No costs,following the true Buddhist teaching, but 1 day work in the olive fields of the Tenryuji or in the construction of the new center is a necessary condition to participate.

In Europe Zen has become a bussiness! We follow the teaching of Kodo Sawaki.


Thames Buddhist Vihara meditation group

Address: Memorial Hall, Dulverton Road,   Selsdon Surrey CR2 8PJ
Tradition: Theravada, Sri Lankan
Affiliation: Samatha-Vipassana
Phone: 0208 657 7120
Fax: 0208 651 3776
Website: http://www.geocities.com/thamesbuddhistvihara/
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Teacher: Matheesha Gunathilake  
Notes and Events:

Sunday: Daham pasal (traditional dhamma teaching for children) & Sinhelese classes + Puja (chanting and traditional buddhist ceremony)

Tuesday 7pm - 9pm Meditation and discussion (English)

Wednesday 7pm- 9pm Meditation and discussion (Sinhalese)

Monthly full moon Sil programme

Monthly day retreat (please contact for more details)

Meditation is Samatha (jhana) and Vipassana, of the Ven Amathagavesi tradition


Tharpaling Buddhist Centre

Address: PO Box 553   Corfu 49100
Tradition: Mahayana, New Kadampa Tradition
Affiliation: NKT
Phone: 0030 26610 41303
E-mail: corfu@buddhism.gr
Website: http://www.buddhism.gr
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Main Contact: Kelsang Gendun  Email  (Phone: 0030 26610 41303)
Teacher: Kelsang Gendun  
Spiritual Director: Ven. Geshe Kelsang Gyatso  
Notes and Events:

The Centre offers weekly teachings and meditations in Greek about all aspects of Buddhism and meditation.  Please contact the Centre for details.


The Dharma House

Address: Route de St. Sauveur de Cruzières, Mallemontade, 30500 St. Brès, France.  Saint-Brès Gard 30500
Tradition: Non-Sectarian
Phone: 0033 (0)8 77 98 28 99
Website: http://www.thedharmahouse.com
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Notes and Events:

We are the Dharmahouse community project - a small community, drawing inspiration from the teachings of the Buddha and the ideal of living and connecting with others close to nature. It is our aim to explore a way of life centred around ecological and sustainable ethics, placing an emphasis on integrating mindful awareness into daily activities.

The Dharmahouse is based in the foothills of the Cévennes mountain range overlooking the Cèze River in the south of France, surrounded by national park and majestic views. The property is located on a hilltop in eight acres of farm land encompassing a variety of plants, herbs and trees, such as olive, almond, plum, mimosa, fig and apricot trees. The community is active in growing food in our gardens and structuring the land with permacultural ideas and designs.

The Dharmahouse takes its name from the Sanskrit term \'Dharma\' from a teaching laid down by the historical Buddha, Siddhartha Gautama, over 2,500 years ago. It is a revolutionary teaching that points to \'the truth of reality\'. We are a peer-led lay community encouraging spiritual friendship, what the Buddha referred to as ‘the whole of the spiritual life’. At various times throughout the year we hold meditation and yoga retreats, led by monastic and lay teachers. We also run courses exploring a wide range of topics, including ecological building, permaculture and therapeutic process.


The European Bodhicitta Society (EBS) France

Address:  
Tradition: Mahayana, Tibetan tradition, Nyingmapa school
E-mail: europebodhi@gmail.com
Website: http://www.buddhistweb.org/index.php/bodhi-institute/introducing-the-european-bodhicitta-society-ebs
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Main Contact: Yuan Li  Email  (Phone: +33 672067350)
Notes and Events:

Introducing the European Bodhicitta Society (EBS)
 
 The European Bodhicitta Society has been established under the guidance of Khenpo SoDargye from Serthar Buddhist Institute (Larung Gar) of Serthar district situated in the province of Sichuan. With the purpose of promoting the spirit of Mahayana Buddhism to benefit everyone in Europe, the European Bodhicitta Society was founded on the first of August in 2009. After two years of development, the number of members has increased from three to over 40 people living in different European countries.

The EBS promotes the Mahayana Buddhist teachings by integrating theories with practices. It plays a proactive role in advocating charity, such as environmental and animal conservation, popularising vegetarianism and in encouraging social cohesion and development.

Under the teachings of Buddha and the guidance of Khenpo SoDargye, the EBS, as well as all its members, strive to promote the theories and practices of Buddhism to everyone in Europe and to let everyone find true happiness.

Our study approaches

Based on Khenpo SoDargyes requirements, the European Bodhicitta Society has set up three study groups, namely: Preliminary practice of Great Perfection (Dzogchen) Study Group, Study Group B, which mainly study Shantidevas Bodhisattva way of life (Bodhicaryavatara) and a new class introduced in 2012. Beside this, each year, the European Bodhicitta Society will commence new study groups, these include the Preliminary practice of Great Perfection, Pure Land class, and Bodhicaryavatara study group. We also aim to initiate a study group focusing on Vajrayana practice such as Dzogchen, and other classes such as Madhyamika (Middleway) and Pramana (Buddhist Logic).

Our main study approach is by mean of online discussions, which takes place every week. In addition, occasionally, our UK Bodhicitta Socieity also holds some seminars physically. All our studies are managed by Serthar Buddhist Institute. Serthar Buddhist Institute provides learning materials, records our study performance and statistics, arranges lesson plans, organises exams and awards, evaluates the teaching achievements after the end of each semester and issues related certificates and prizes. Moreover, the European Bodhicitta Society is supervised by a specially appointed monastic from the Institute.

The reasons for creating the Bodhicitta Society

The European Bodhicitta Society was founded during the financial crisis. In the era of materialism and when our life highly depends on money, an economic downturn has been particularly detrimental to many people. This is also the proof that money cannot bring sustainable happiness and does not solve the spiritual emptiness within us. Money cannot help us in finding the true purpose of life but rather deviates us from doing so. Many people spend a large proportion of their time on things and activities, which become meaningless when facing the pain, anxiety and fear. That is why we believe that the way of Dharma is the only way to real happiness and fulfilment. In light of this need, Khenpo SoDargye has called for the establishment of Bodhicitta society of which the EBS is also part of it.

Joining us

Dear friends, if you understand Chinese, if you have a loving heart, and if you wish to understand more about life and Buddhism, the European Bodhicitta Society is the right place for you. We welcome anyone regardless of race, name, age, nationality, education or religion. We provide free opportunities to study Buddhism, and work together to promote philanthropy, and social harmony. Please join us in exploring the potentials of compassion, and bring enlightenment to all living beings.


The European Bodhicitta Society (EBS) Germany

Address:  
Tradition: Mahayana, Tibetan tradition, Nyingmapa school
E-mail: europebodhi@gmail.com
Website: http://www.buddhistweb.org/index.php/bodhi-institute/introducing-the-european-bodhicitta-society-ebs
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Main Contact: Yuan Hui  Email  (Phone: +49 1622825477)
Notes and Events:

Introducing the European Bodhicitta Society (EBS)
 
 The European Bodhicitta Society has been established under the guidance of Khenpo SoDargye from Serthar Buddhist Institute (Larung Gar) of Serthar district situated in the province of Sichuan. With the purpose of promoting the spirit of Mahayana Buddhism to benefit everyone in Europe, the European Bodhicitta Society was founded on the first of August in 2009. After two years of development, the number of members has increased from three to over 40 people living in different European countries.

The EBS promotes the Mahayana Buddhist teachings by integrating theories with practices. It plays a proactive role in advocating charity, such as environmental and animal conservation, popularising vegetarianism and in encouraging social cohesion and development.

Under the teachings of Buddha and the guidance of Khenpo SoDargye, the EBS, as well as all its members, strive to promote the theories and practices of Buddhism to everyone in Europe and to let everyone find true happiness.

Our study approaches

Based on Khenpo SoDargye\\\\\\\'s requirements, the European Bodhicitta Society has set up three study groups, namely: Preliminary practice of Great Perfection (Dzogchen) Study Group, Study Group B, which mainly study Shantideva\\\\\\\'s Bodhisattva way of life (Bodhicaryavatara) and a new class introduced in 2012. Beside this, each year, the European Bodhicitta Society will commence new study groups, these include the Preliminary practice of Great Perfection, Pure Land class, and Bodhicaryavatara study group. We also aim to initiate a study group focusing on Vajrayana practice such as Dzogchen, and other classes such as Madhyamika (Middleway) and Pramana (Buddhist Logic).

Our main study approach is by mean of online discussions, which takes place every week. In addition, occasionally, our UK Bodhicitta Socieity also holds some seminars physically. All our studies are managed by Serthar Buddhist Institute. Serthar Buddhist Institute provides learning materials, records our study performance and statistics, arranges lesson plans, organises exams and awards, evaluates the teaching achievements after the end of each semester and issues related certificates and prizes. Moreover, the European Bodhicitta Society is supervised by a specially appointed monastic from the Institute.

The reasons for creating the Bodhicitta Society

The European Bodhicitta Society was founded during the financial crisis. In the era of materialism and when our life highly depends on money, an economic downturn has been particularly detrimental to many people. This is also the proof that money cannot bring sustainable happiness and does not solve the spiritual emptiness within us. Money cannot help us in finding the true purpose of life but rather deviates us from doing so. Many people spend a large proportion of their time on things and activities, which become meaningless when facing the pain, anxiety and fear. That is why we believe that the way of Dharma is the only way to real happiness and fulfilment. In light of this need, Khenpo SoDargye has called for the establishment of Bodhicitta society of which the EBS is also part of it.

Joining us

Dear friends, if you understand Chinese, if you have a loving heart, and if you wish to understand more about life and Buddhism, the European Bodhicitta Society is the right place for you. We welcome anyone regardless of race, name, age, nationality, education or religion. We provide free opportunities to study Buddhism, and work together to promote philanthropy, and social harmony. Please join us in exploring the potentials of compassion, and bring enlightenment to all living beings.


The European Bodhicitta Society (EBS) Netherlands

Address:  
Tradition: Mahayana, Tibetan tradition, Nyingmapa school
E-mail: europebodhi@gmail.com
Website: http://www.buddhistweb.org/index.php/bodhi-institute/introducing-the-european-bodhicitta-society-ebs
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Main Contact: Yuan Ren  Email  (Phone: 0031(0)685592405)
Notes and Events:

Introducing the European Bodhicitta Society (EBS)
 
 The European Bodhicitta Society has been established under the guidance of Khenpo SoDargye from Serthar Buddhist Institute (Larung Gar) of Serthar district situated in the province of Sichuan. With the purpose of promoting the spirit of Mahayana Buddhism to benefit everyone in Europe, the European Bodhicitta Society was founded on the first of August in 2009. After two years of development, the number of members has increased from three to over 40 people living in different European countries.

The EBS promotes the Mahayana Buddhist teachings by integrating theories with practices. It plays a proactive role in advocating charity, such as environmental and animal conservation, popularising vegetarianism and in encouraging social cohesion and development.

Under the teachings of Buddha and the guidance of Khenpo SoDargye, the EBS, as well as all its members, strive to promote the theories and practices of Buddhism to everyone in Europe and to let everyone find true happiness.

Our study approaches

Based on Khenpo SoDargye\\\\\\\'s requirements, the European Bodhicitta Society has set up three study groups, namely: Preliminary practice of Great Perfection (Dzogchen) Study Group, Study Group B, which mainly study Shantideva\\\\\\\'s Bodhisattva way of life (Bodhicaryavatara) and a new class introduced in 2012. Beside this, each year, the European Bodhicitta Society will commence new study groups, these include the Preliminary practice of Great Perfection, Pure Land class, and Bodhicaryavatara study group. We also aim to initiate a study group focusing on Vajrayana practice such as Dzogchen, and other classes such as Madhyamika (Middleway) and Pramana (Buddhist Logic).

Our main study approach is by mean of online discussions, which takes place every week. In addition, occasionally, our UK Bodhicitta Socieity also holds some seminars physically. All our studies are managed by Serthar Buddhist Institute. Serthar Buddhist Institute provides learning materials, records our study performance and statistics, arranges lesson plans, organises exams and awards, evaluates the teaching achievements after the end of each semester and issues related certificates and prizes. Moreover, the European Bodhicitta Society is supervised by a specially appointed monastic from the Institute.

The reasons for creating the Bodhicitta Society

The European Bodhicitta Society was founded during the financial crisis. In the era of materialism and when our life highly depends on money, an economic downturn has been particularly detrimental to many people. This is also the proof that money cannot bring sustainable happiness and does not solve the spiritual emptiness within us. Money cannot help us in finding the true purpose of life but rather deviates us from doing so. Many people spend a large proportion of their time on things and activities, which become meaningless when facing the pain, anxiety and fear. That is why we believe that the way of Dharma is the only way to real happiness and fulfilment. In light of this need, Khenpo SoDargye has called for the establishment of Bodhicitta society of which the EBS is also part of it.

Joining us

Dear friends, if you understand Chinese, if you have a loving heart, and if you wish to understand more about life and Buddhism, the European Bodhicitta Society is the right place for you. We welcome anyone regardless of race, name, age, nationality, education or religion. We provide free opportunities to study Buddhism, and work together to promote philanthropy, and social harmony. Please join us in exploring the potentials of compassion, and bring enlightenment to all living beings.


The European Bodhicitta Society (EBS) Norway

Address:  
Tradition: Vajrayana, Tibetan tradition, Nyingmapa school
Phone: +4795149116
E-mail: bluewaterbird1001@yahoo.com.cn
Website: http://www.khenposodargye.org/
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Main Contact: Yuan Ying  Email  (Phone: +47 95149116)
Spiritual Director: Khenpo SoDargye,  
Notes and Events:

Introducing the European Bodhicitta Society (EBS)
 
 The European Bodhicitta Society has been established under the guidance of Khenpo SoDargye from Serthar Buddhist Institute (Larung Gar) of Serthar district situated in the province of Sichuan. With the purpose of promoting the spirit of Mahayana Buddhism to benefit everyone in Europe, the European Bodhicitta Society was founded on the first of August in 2009. After two years of development, the number of members has increased from three to over 40 people living in different European countries.

The EBS promotes the Mahayana Buddhist teachings by integrating theories with practices. It plays a proactive role in advocating charity, such as environmental and animal conservation, popularising vegetarianism and in encouraging social cohesion and development.

Under the teachings of Buddha and the guidance of Khenpo SoDargye, the EBS, as well as all its members, strive to promote the theories and practices of Buddhism to everyone in Europe and to let everyone find true happiness.

Our study approaches

Based on Khenpo SoDargyes requirements, the European Bodhicitta Society has set up three study groups, namely: Preliminary practice of Great Perfection (Dzogchen) Study Group, Study Group B, which mainly study Shantidevas Bodhisattva way of life (Bodhicaryavatara) and a new class introduced in 2012. Beside this, each year, the European Bodhicitta Society will commence new study groups, these include the Preliminary practice of Great Perfection, Pure Land class, and Bodhicaryavatara study group. We also aim to initiate a study group focusing on Vajrayana practice such as Dzogchen, and other classes such as Madhyamika (Middleway) and Pramana (Buddhist Logic).

Our main study approach is by mean of online discussions, which takes place every week. In addition, occasionally, our UK Bodhicitta Socieity also holds some seminars physically. All our studies are managed by Serthar Buddhist Institute. Serthar Buddhist Institute provides learning materials, records our study performance and statistics, arranges lesson plans, organises exams and awards, evaluates the teaching achievements after the end of each semester and issues related certificates and prizes. Moreover, the European Bodhicitta Society is supervised by a specially appointed monastic from the Institute.

The reasons for creating the Bodhicitta Society

The European Bodhicitta Society was founded during the financial crisis. In the era of materialism and when our life highly depends on money, an economic downturn has been particularly detrimental to many people. This is also the proof that money cannot bring sustainable happiness and does not solve the spiritual emptiness within us. Money cannot help us in finding the true purpose of life but rather deviates us from doing so. Many people spend a large proportion of their time on things and activities, which become meaningless when facing the pain, anxiety and fear. That is why we believe that the way of Dharma is the only way to real happiness and fulfilment. In light of this need, Khenpo SoDargye has called for the establishment of Bodhicitta society of which the EBS is also part of it.

Joining us

Dear friends, if you understand Chinese, if you have a loving heart, and if you wish to understand more about life and Buddhism, the European Bodhicitta Society is the right place for you. We welcome anyone regardless of race, name, age, nationality, education or religion. We provide free opportunities to study Buddhism, and work together to promote philanthropy, and social harmony. Please join us in exploring the potentials of compassion, and bring enlightenment to all living beings.


The European Bodhicitta Society (EBS) Sweden

Address:  
Tradition: Mahayana, Tibetan tradition, Nyingmapa school
E-mail: europebodhi@gmail.com
Website: http://www.buddhistweb.org/index.php/bodhi-institute/introducing-the-european-bodhicitta-society-ebs
Find on:
Main Contact: Jing Li  Email  (Phone: +46 703680549)
Notes and Events:

Introducing the European Bodhicitta Society (EBS)
 
 The European Bodhicitta Society has been established under the guidance of Khenpo SoDargye from Serthar Buddhist Institute (Larung Gar) of Serthar district situated in the province of Sichuan. With the purpose of promoting the spirit of Mahayana Buddhism to benefit everyone in Europe, the European Bodhicitta Society was founded on the first of August in 2009. After two years of development, the number of members has increased from three to over 40 people living in different European countries.

The EBS promotes the Mahayana Buddhist teachings by integrating theories with practices. It plays a proactive role in advocating charity, such as environmental and animal conservation, popularising vegetarianism and in encouraging social cohesion and development.

Under the teachings of Buddha and the guidance of Khenpo SoDargye, the EBS, as well as all its members, strive to promote the theories and practices of Buddhism to everyone in Europe and to let everyone find true happiness.

Our study approaches

Based on Khenpo SoDargyes requirements, the European Bodhicitta Society has set up three study groups, namely: Preliminary practice of Great Perfection (Dzogchen) Study Group, Study Group B, which mainly study Shantidevas Bodhisattva way of life (Bodhicaryavatara) and a new class introduced in 2012. Beside this, each year, the European Bodhicitta Society will commence new study groups, these include the Preliminary practice of Great Perfection, Pure Land class, and Bodhicaryavatara study group. We also aim to initiate a study group focusing on Vajrayana practice such as Dzogchen, and other classes such as Madhyamika (Middleway) and Pramana (Buddhist Logic).

Our main study approach is by mean of online discussions, which takes place every week. In addition, occasionally, our UK Bodhicitta Socieity also holds some seminars physically. All our studies are managed by Serthar Buddhist Institute. Serthar Buddhist Institute provides learning materials, records our study performance and statistics, arranges lesson plans, organises exams and awards, evaluates the teaching achievements after the end of each semester and issues related certificates and prizes. Moreover, the European Bodhicitta Society is supervised by a specially appointed monastic from the Institute.

The reasons for creating the Bodhicitta Society

The European Bodhicitta Society was founded during the financial crisis. In the era of materialism and when our life highly depends on money, an economic downturn has been particularly detrimental to many people. This is also the proof that money cannot bring sustainable happiness and does not solve the spiritual emptiness within us. Money cannot help us in finding the true purpose of life but rather deviates us from doing so. Many people spend a large proportion of their time on things and activities, which become meaningless when facing the pain, anxiety and fear. That is why we believe that the way of Dharma is the only way to real happiness and fulfilment. In light of this need, Khenpo SoDargye has called for the establishment of Bodhicitta society of which the EBS is also part of it.

Joining us

Dear friends, if you understand Chinese, if you have a loving heart, and if you wish to understand more about life and Buddhism, the European Bodhicitta Society is the right place for you. We welcome anyone regardless of race, name, age, nationality, education or religion. We provide free opportunities to study Buddhism, and work together to promote philanthropy, and social harmony. Please join us in exploring the potentials of compassion, and bring enlightenment to all living beings.


The European Bodhicitta Society (EBS) Switzerland

Address:  
Tradition: Mahayana, Tibetan tradition, Nyingmapa school
E-mail: europebodhi@gmail.com
Website: http://www.buddhistweb.org/index.php/bodhi-institute/introducing-the-european-bodhicitta-society-ebs
Find on:
Main Contact: Zhang Hui  Email  (Phone: 0041(0)774959978)
Notes and Events:

Introducing the European Bodhicitta Society (EBS)
 
 The European Bodhicitta Society has been established under the guidance of Khenpo SoDargye from Serthar Buddhist Institute (Larung Gar) of Serthar district situated in the province of Sichuan. With the purpose of promoting the spirit of Mahayana Buddhism to benefit everyone in Europe, the European Bodhicitta Society was founded on the first of August in 2009. After two years of development, the number of members has increased from three to over 40 people living in different European countries.

The EBS promotes the Mahayana Buddhist teachings by integrating theories with practices. It plays a proactive role in advocating charity, such as environmental and animal conservation, popularising vegetarianism and in encouraging social cohesion and development.

Under the teachings of Buddha and the guidance of Khenpo SoDargye, the EBS, as well as all its members, strive to promote the theories and practices of Buddhism to everyone in Europe and to let everyone find true happiness.

Our study approaches

Based on Khenpo SoDargyes requirements, the European Bodhicitta Society has set up three study groups, namely: Preliminary practice of Great Perfection (Dzogchen) Study Group, Study Group B, which mainly study Shantidevas Bodhisattva way of life (Bodhicaryavatara) and a new class introduced in 2012. Beside this, each year, the European Bodhicitta Society will commence new study groups, these include the Preliminary practice of Great Perfection, Pure Land class, and Bodhicaryavatara study group. We also aim to initiate a study group focusing on Vajrayana practice such as Dzogchen, and other classes such as Madhyamika (Middleway) and Pramana (Buddhist Logic).

Our main study approach is by mean of online discussions, which takes place every week. In addition, occasionally, our UK Bodhicitta Socieity also holds some seminars physically. All our studies are managed by Serthar Buddhist Institute. Serthar Buddhist Institute provides learning materials, records our study performance and statistics, arranges lesson plans, organises exams and awards, evaluates the teaching achievements after the end of each semester and issues related certificates and prizes. Moreover, the European Bodhicitta Society is supervised by a specially appointed monastic from the Institute.

The reasons for creating the Bodhicitta Society

The European Bodhicitta Society was founded during the financial crisis. In the era of materialism and when our life highly depends on money, an economic downturn has been particularly detrimental to many people. This is also the proof that money cannot bring sustainable happiness and does not solve the spiritual emptiness within us. Money cannot help us in finding the true purpose of life but rather deviates us from doing so. Many people spend a large proportion of their time on things and activities, which become meaningless when facing the pain, anxiety and fear. That is why we believe that the way of Dharma is the only way to real happiness and fulfilment. In light of this need, Khenpo SoDargye has called for the establishment of Bodhicitta society of which the EBS is also part of it.

Joining us

Dear friends, if you understand Chinese, if you have a loving heart, and if you wish to understand more about life and Buddhism, the European Bodhicitta Society is the right place for you. We welcome anyone regardless of race, name, age, nationality, education or religion. We provide free opportunities to study Buddhism, and work together to promote philanthropy, and social harmony. Please join us in exploring the potentials of compassion, and bring enlightenment to all living beings.


The Invisible Zen Library

Address:   Cluj-Napoca, Kolozsvár, Klausenburg
Tradition: Non-Sectarian
Phone: +40751455145
Website: http://theinvisiblezenlibrary.blogspot.ro/
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Notes and Events:

The Invisible Zen Library is a project about sharing books on Buddhism, meditation, Dharma with those who wish to connect this way and/or join the sitting meditation (zazen) practice in Cluj-Napoca (Romania). We approach the journey without any spiritual or religious credentials thus we are non-sectarian and ecumenical with an integral-holistic spirit.

Location: Eastern Europe > Romania > Transylvania > Cluj Napoca.


The Irish Sangha Trust

Address: The Irish Sangha Trust, c/o Appletree Health and Wellness, No 126, Ranelagh   Dublin 6 Dublin
Tradition: Theravada
Phone: +35387 2877837
E-mail: info@irishsanghatrust.ie
Website: http://www.irishsanghatrust.ie
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Rev: Rathmale Punnaratana  
Sr: Ajahn Metta  
Main Contact: Maeve  Email  (Phone: +35387 2877837)
Notes and Events:

The Irish Sangha Trust was established in 2011 to support and foster the teaching and meditation in the Theravadan Buddhist tradition in Ireland.The Irish Sangha Trust is non-profit Buddhist organization, entirely dependent on the generosity of the public for voluntary donations. 

The Irish Sangha Trust is entirely dependent on the generosity of the public for voluntary donations to continue our work. We host regular meditation workshops and retreats led by renowned Buddhist teachers from different parts of the world. We also hold regular meditation sittings where you can practice with like-minded spiritual friends and share your meditation and Dhamma practice experience within our community. 

Support can be vital in establishing an effective and consistent practice, especially in the early stages. Meditating on a regular basis can help you to lead a more productive, meaningful and satisfying life. The wisdom and peace of mind that develops through practice can bring happiness that eclipses all others.

For more information, please contact us at   info@irishsanghatrust.ie


The Middle Way

Address: Dimitrija Avramovića 4   Novi Sad 21000
Tradition: Theravada, Thai Forest Tradition
Affiliation: Amaravati Buddhist Monastery, UK
E-mail: budizam@yahoo.com
Website: http://www.yu-budizam/srednjiput
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Main Contact: Branko Kovacevic  Email  
Notes and Events:

The aim of Society is to make Theravada teachings easily available in Serbia and other countries of fromer Yugoslavia. It regularly organizes Dhamma talks, as well as meditation retreats led by senior monks from the Thai Forest tradition of Ajahn Chah. 


The Place of Peace Dharma House

Address:   ABERYSTWYTH Wales
Tradition: Mahayana, Soto Zen, Order of Buddhist Contemplatives
Affiliation: Throssel Hole Buddhist Abbey
Phone: 01970 625402
Website: http://www.placeofpeacewales.org
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Founder: Rev. Master Jiyu-Kennett  
Contact: Rev. Master Myoho Harris  
Notes and Events:

We offer Meditation meetings, Dharma talks, retreats, services, spiritual counselling. We follow the Serene Reflection practice as passed on by Reverend Master Jiyu-Kennett.

Reverend Master Myoho was ordained by her in 1977 and is a Dharma Heir. 

Visits are by arrangement (a telephone call) rather than on a 'drop in' basis.

More information is on our website. Thank you.


Theravada Gruppe Eifel-Saarland

Address:   Rheinland-Pfalz
Tradition: Theravada
E-mail: helga.burger@web.de
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Notes and Events:

The Theravada Gruppe Eifel-Saarland has been established with the goal to bring people, interested in Theravada Buddhism in this region together for meditation practice and to discuss the Dhamma. For information about meetings and venues, please email. All gatherings are on dana-basis only.


Thich Nhat Hanh Sangha de Zaragoza

Address: Gascon de Gotor, 27, 2-izda.   Zaragoza 50006
Tradition: Mahayana, Dhyana Interser
Affiliation: Comunidad Budista Interser
Phone: +34 / 666 395 236
E-mail: mudras50@hotmail.com
Website: https://sanghadezaragoza.blogspot.com
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Responsable: Enrique Puyalon  Email  (Phone: +34 / 666 395 236)
Notes and Events:

Centro de Meditación Zen y Plena Consciencia.


Tibetan Yoga Center

Address:   Bangor, Gwynedd Wales LL57
Tradition: Vajrayana, Nyingma
Phone: +44-7527-908332
E-mail: tibetanyogainfo@gmail.com
Website: http://www.tibetanyogacenter.org
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Dr.: Dusana Dorjee  
Teacher: Khenchen Lama Rinpoche  
Spiritual Director: Khenchen Lama Rinpoche  
Notes and Events:

Tibetan Yoga Centre provides a comprehensive program of study and practice focusing on core aspects of Tibetan yoga of body, speech and mind in order to realize the ultimate wisdom and compassion mind of Buddha. The program combines practices involving visualizations, yoga of channels, winds and drops, with contemplations and insight into the nature of the mind (rigpa) for efficient progress on the spiritual path. The core teachings of Tibetan Yoga Centre are The yogas of the six bardosof the Nyingma lineage of Tibetan Buddhism, presented in the form of eight courses, including yoga of dreams and yoga of dying. To help bring these teachings closer to the background of Western practitioners, the courses of Tibetan Yoga Centre also include information on Western neuroscientific research into changes in mind and brain resulting from meditation. Building on the tradition of enlightened householder yogis in Tibet, the program of the centre was developed for yogis of the current era - practitioners leading busy lives with work and family commitments who want to bring their spiritual practice to swift fruition to fully benefit sentient beings. Courses and retreats of Tibetan Yoga Centre are taught by Khenchen Lama Rinpoche and Dr. Dusana Dorjee.


Tibetisches Zentrum

Address: Schillerstraße 3 D-77933 Lahr   Lahr Baden-Wuerttemberg 77933
Tradition: Mahayana, Vajrayana, Nyingma-Tradition
Phone: +49 (0) 78 21 92 05 557
E-mail: info@tibet-lahr.de
Website: http://www.Tibet-Lahr.de
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Main Contact: Bran O. Hodapp - Lama Rangdrol Tobkyi Dorje  Email  (Phone: +49 (0) 78 21 92 05 557)
Teacher: Seine Heiligkeit Sakya Trizin, S.E. Khondung Gyana Vajra Sakya , S.E. Chökling Jigme Palden Rinpoche, Lopon Ogyan Tanzin Rinpoche ,Pema Dorje Rinpoche  
Spiritual Director: Bran O. Hodapp - Lama Rangdrol Tobkyi Dorje  Email  (Phone: +49 (0) 78 21 92 05 557)
Notes and Events:

12.11.2010 - 12.11.2010 Tibetische HeilzeremonieLahr / SchwarzwaldÖffentliche Heilzeremonie
13.11.2010 - 19.11.2010 Vajrasattva - Retreat mit Lama Rangdrol Tobkyi Dorje - Bran O. HodappLahr / SchwarzwaldEinweihungen und Dharma Belehrungen
26.11.2010 - 28.11.2010 Vajrakilaya Seminar mit Lama VajranathaLahr / SchwarzwaldEinweihungen und Dharma Belehrungen
26.11.2010 - 26.11.2010 Vajrakilaya Vortrag mit Lama VajranathaLahr / SchwarzwaldEinweihungen und Dharma Belehrungen
04.12.2010 - 05.12.2010 Ur-Licht-Technik Tei ILahr / SchwarzwaldHeilerausbildung nach den Richtlinien des DGH e.V.
15.01.2011 - 16.01.2011 Seminar: Ur-Licht-Technik Tei IILahr / SchwarzwaldHeilerausbildung nach den Richtlinien des DGH e.V.
20.01.2011 - 23.01.2011 Mantra-Heilen II - Dorje Gotrab RetreatLahr / SchwarzwaldHeilerausbildung nach den Richtlinien des DGH e.V.


Tilogaard Bodhi Path Center

Address: Bulbrovej 28   Horslunde dk4913
Tradition: Mahayana, Vajrayana, Karma Kagyu
Affiliation: Bodhi Path Foreningen
Phone: +(45)45831949
E-mail: info@tilogaard.dk
Website: http://www.tilogaard.dk
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Teacher: Lama Tendar Olaf Hoeyer  
Spiritual Director: 14th Shamarpa Mipham Choegyi Lodroe  
Notes and Events:

Tilogaard Bodhi Path Center is at present simply the residens of Lama Tendar Olaf Hoeyer with just a few guestrooms. Teachings and Pujas are performed for the selected few after appointment, because there is very little space for any lager events. Larger events normally takes place in Copenhagen in hired locations or at other locations organised by other individuals or organisations. For more information, please see: www.tilogaard and www.bodhipath.dk


Totnes Meditation Group

Address: 44 High Street   Totnes Devon TQ9 5SQ
Tradition: Non-Sectarian
Affiliation: Gaia House
Phone: 01803 520798
E-mail: andrew@bodatcha.plus.com
Website: http://totnes-meditation-group.org/
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We are a friendly independent Buddhist meditation group meeting weekly on Thursday nights at 7:30pm in Birdwood House, Totnes.


Triratna Cumbria

Address:   Ulverston, Kendal and Lancaster
Tradition: Non-Sectarian, Triratna Buddhist
Affiliation: Triratna Buddhist Community
E-mail: secretary@triratnacumbria.org.uk
Website: http://www.triratnacumbria.org.uk
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Teacher: Narapa  
Notes and Events:

Triratna Cumbria is a community of Engaged Buddhist practitioners based in Cumbria, North Lancashire and North Yorkshire. 

We have regular sangha meetings and offer training in Buddhism, Mindfulness and Meditation.

We practice together and regularly take part in community based activities from litter picking to support for the homeless and refugees - our 'engagement'. 


Triratna Hereford

Address: Saxon Hall, Hoarwithy Road   Hereford Herefordshire
Tradition: Non-Sectarian
Affiliation: Triratna Buddhist Community
E-mail: mhwesthope@yahoo.co.uk
Website: https://www.facebook.com/pg/triratna.hereford/about/?ref=page_internal
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Notes and Events:

Meditation and Buddhism in Herefordshire for beginners and those already practicing with Triratna.
 
Led by members of the Triratna Buddhist Order.


Tumbleweed Zen

Address: 48 Kennington Road Kennington   Oxford Oxfordshire OX1 5PB
Tradition: Mahayana, Linji Chan, Hsu Yun branch
E-mail: andytaylor0@protonmail.com
Website: https://tumble.home.blog
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Founder: Michael Pockley  
Main Contact: Andy Taylor  Email  
Spiritual Director: Trevor Barton  
Notes and Events:

Tumbleweed Zen is a series of very informal, friendly meditation events. We meet at various times throughout the week in members' homes and in public parks. Our current locations include Oxford, Kennington and Wallingford. We also run online sessions as circumstances dictate.

Beginners are very welcome; meditation instruction is provided. We never charge for anything.

We avoid religious trappings like chanting, bowing and rituals. We practise Buddhist meditation but we are open to everyone, of any belief or none.

If you like the idea of a half-hour of peaceful meditation plus friendly conversation over tea, Tumbleweed Zen just may be for you.

Please get in touch or visit our website for more information and for details on events running near you.


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