Geshe Kelsang Gyatso
Maitreya Buddhist Centre was founded with the purpose ofhelping people throughout Bexhill and the surrounding area to findhappiness within their own minds.
Maitreya Centre is a Buddhist Centre that is a member ofthe New Kadampa Tradition of Mahayana Buddhism, which aims to makeBuddha’s teachings available to everyone, whatever their experience orinterest. Since our lives are so busy, we need a special way ofdeveloping and maintaining inner peace. The system of meditation taughtin the Kadampa Tradition is perfectly suited to the modern world, beingeasy to understand and put into practice, yet bringing profound results.
Maitreya Buddhist Centre was founded in 2004 byVenerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso, the Spiritual Director of the NewKadampa Tradition. The Centre offers introductory classes for anyoneinterested in meditation and the Buddhist way of life. Theseself-contained classes give a basic introduction to Buddhistphilosophy, psychology and meditation. Classes are held on Monday eveningsfrom 7.30pm at Maitreya Centre and in Hastings on Tuesday eveningsat The Unitarian Church, 7A South Terrace, from 7.30pm We also offerLunchtime Meditations on Tuesday and Thursday from 12.45pm, and anIntroduction To Meditation class on Friday at 2.00pm, full details canbe found here.
The Centre is a place where you can leave behind thestress of daily life to find some peace, wisdom and clarity. It offersBuddhist meditation classes for modern day lifestyles and meditationteachers that can help you learn how to relax and lead a meaningful andhappy life. The Centre is open to all regardless of background.
If you would like to know more about Maitreya Centre andits courses, then please contact us on (01424) 733 761,
or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org,
or write to us at 13 Sea Road, Bexhill on Sea, East Sussex, TN40 1EE
Next Day Course
Yet another day course will be given by Lam-ma onSaturday 16thDecember, from 10.00am to 5.00pm entitled: Singing Praises to Buddha.This will be the last teaching session by Lam-ma for 2006. More details here.
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