Practical Advice for the Meditation Break

How to carry our positive experience in meditation into our daily life

 

 

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General Programme (GP)


Including practical advice and guided meditations, this accessible weekly programme of drop-in classes gives real insight into how Buddhist solutions can be applied in daily life.

 

 

Foundation Programme (FP)


Building on experience gained in General Programme, the Foundation Programme provides an opportunity to deepen your understanding and experience of Buddhism through the systematic study of six texts.

 

 

Teacher Training Programme (TTP)


Through detailed study of Buddha’s teachings, teaching skills classes and various retreat commitments, the Teacher Training Programme provides the opportunity to become a qualified Kadampa Teacher, and help others to realize their own potential. TTP at some Centres are also offered as correspondence courses.

 

 

Festivals and Courses


The New Kadampa Tradition also organizes local, national and international Buddhist Festivals and Dharma Celebrations throughout the year, where thousands of people gather to receive teachings from senior Teachers of the tradition and to enjoy the inspiration of spiritual friendship.