The Bodhicharya Buddhist Group
was formed in 1998 by Cait Collins under the
guidance of Ringu Tulku Rinpoche and with the
support of a small band of regulars, some new to Buddhism and others with
years of practice. Initial meetings were held at The Hayloft in Emsworth
and Ringu Tulku gave his first teaching there in 1998, returning to the
area every year since. In 1999 the fledgling group hosted an international
Bodhicharya summer school in Chichester which established its reputation
for friendly and open hospitality.
then there has been increasing interest in Buddhist philosophy and
practice and a growing awareness of Ringu Tulku's accessible yet profound
teaching, so the Bodhicharya family has grown locally and across the
Tulku supports the all-embracing Tibetan Ri-Me movement and encourages a
broader understanding of Buddhism through teachings from various
Bosham is open to all who have an
interest in Buddhism and meditation.
Regular meetings for practice and
study are held at Bosham
House, near Chichester, on Thursday evenings, as well as occasional weekend
workshops and guest teachers.
the blog for news http://bbgbosham.wordpress.com/
or follow on facebook (look up BBG Bosham). Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
are welcomed to cover running costs (administration and rent)
have been informal meetings in the Southampton area for some time.
recently established Rigul Dharma Network, under the auspices of Rigul Trust,
is now holding regular meetings in the Southampton area
and inviting guest teachers
the blog for news and events http://rigultrust.wordpress.com/
in Somerset meets at Townsend House in Minehead, on the first and third Tuesdays
each month, starting at 7.30pm.
more details contact Cait Collins on 01643 841310 or email@example.com
London's monthly day retreats include meditation and discussion around key texts,
often followed by a social meal together.
website for details and special events www.bodhicharya-london.org.uk