Bodhi College was founded by Stephen Batchelor, Christina Feldman, John Peacock and Akincano Weber. Their intention was to provide courses where an in-depth exploration of the early Buddhist teachings was available for today’s practitioners.
The College’s inspiration stems from the Dharma as found in the earliest Buddhist texts, which underlies many of the contemporary forms of meditation– such as mindfulness and vipassana.
Exeter Meditation Circle
Mindful meditation & enquiry within a secular Buddhist framework
The group is led by John Danvers – email@example.com
Exeter Meditation Circle began in 2016. We meet on a weekly basis.
Our meetings focus on the practice of mindful meditation – paying attention without judgment, commentary or clinging – as a way of exploring who we are and how we relate to the world. By developing mindful awareness in all aspects of our everyday life we cultivate understanding, enjoyment, peace of mind and compassion for ourselves and others.
Our meetings are simple and non-ritualistic, non-dogmatic and free of attachment to any particular teacher or tradition. We particularly draw on contemporary research into the ideas and methods of the historical Buddha and into the questions he poses for us.
Cardiff secular dharma study group
Secular Dharma study, practice and community group. Cardiff, South Wales.
Edinburgh Secular Sangha
A grassroots community run by volunteers, promoting ethical living without reference to God using specific methodologies and practices aimed at personal development and transformation at the level of the individual as well as society
A group of secular Buddhists meeting occasionally in Skibbereen West Cork. Contact by email to Miriam at firstname.lastname@example.org