Half Day Course
Burnley Kadampa Buddhist Centre
Saturday 14 Dec, 10am – 1pm
Learn traditional purification practices that remove our obstacles and negativity, using 4 powers of purification. Includes explanation of the 35 Confession Buddha Practice.
If we want to cultivate external crops first we need to remove anything that might obstruct their growth. Secondly we enrich the soil to give it strength. Thirdly, we provide warmth to allow the seeds to germinate and grow. In the same way, to cultivate the crops of inner realisations we must begin by preparing. During this course we will emphasise purifying negative potentials in our mind that obstruct our happiness, meditation and good qualities.
This course is suitable for those who are new to meditation and those who would like to improve.
The cost of the half day course is £12.50 (GP Centre Card £5). Refreshments are available in our World Peace Cafe during the course.
This course will be taught by Gen Kelsang Päljin the Resident Teacher of Burnley Kadampa Buddhist Centre and of Buddha Land Buddhist Centre, Keighley. He is a Buddhist monk with over 20 years’ experience of practising and teaching Kadampa Buddhism.
9.30am – 10am – Arrival and reception
10am – 11.15am – Session 1
11.15am – 11.45am – Refreshment break
11.45am – 1pm – Session 2
Burnley Kadampa Buddhist Centre, Brunside Mill, Parker St, Burnley , BB11 1AR, Lancs, UK
Burnley Kadampa Buddhist Centre has a ground floor cafe/shop and meditation room.
The centre is open on Wed and Sat 10am til 2pm. For Saturday morning courses the centre is open from 9.45am.
The Centre is located on Parker Street in the centre of Burnley close to Charter Walk Shopping Centre and the Next store.
It is 5min walk from Burnley Central Train Station and 12min walk from Burnley Bus Station.
Parking is easily accessible in local car parks from 2 to 5 min walk away, while short stay on-street parking is available outside our door. On-street parking is unrestricted after 5pm and on Sundays.
Car Parking charges vary considerably in the different car parks: