Dublin City / Monto and North Georgian Quarter

Dublin Buddhist Centre

The Metta Bhavana: Meditation Workshop

In Person

Metta, or loving-kindness, is a core part of Buddhist meditation together with mindfulness. By cultivating Metta we can grow out of self-centredness and emotional negativity, and into being able to have harmonious and satisfying relationships with other people, as well as with ourselves. We will introduce the Metta Bhavana meditation practice in this workshop, as a way of cultivating states of emotional positivity and freedom of heart and mind.

Time: 6.30pm - 7.30pm

Genres: Meditation / Talk / Workshop

Features: 18+ / Wheelchair accessible

Address: Unit 5 Liberty Corner, James Joyce Street, D01 N5H6

Website: http://dublinbuddhistcentre.org/

Phone: 01 817 8933

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Creative States of Mind: Buddhism and the Arts - Dharma Talk

In Person

“Beauty is truth, truth beauty”. Have the arts replaced religion in answering our quest for meaning and our need to revere? Dayasagara, a member of the Triratna Buddhist Order in Ireland, shares some reflections on how artistic activity and Buddhist spiritual practice have influenced each other in the West. Can they even be one and the same?

This talk will be a hybrid event, taking place both in person and online. View the online event here.

Time: 7.45pm - 8.45pm

Genres: Meditation / Talk

Features: 18+ / Wheelchair accessible

Address: Unit 5 Liberty Corner, James Joyce Street, D01 N5H6

Website: http://dublinbuddhistcentre.org/

Phone: 01 817 8933

Venue Social Media:

No Booking Required

Creative States of Mind: Buddhism and the Arts - Dharma Talk

Online

“Beauty is truth, truth beauty”. Have the arts replaced religion in answering our quest for meaning and our need to revere? Dayasagara, a member of the Triratna Buddhist Order in Ireland, shares some reflections on how artistic activity and Buddhist spiritual practice have influenced each other in the West. Can they even be one and the same?

This talk will be a hybrid event, taking place both in person and online.

Time: 7.45pm - 8.45pm

Genres: Meditation / Talk

Features: 18+

Website: http://dublinbuddhistcentre.org/

Phone: 01 817 8933

Venue Social Media:

No Booking Required

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Dublin Buddhist Centre - Mantra Workshop

In Person

In the Buddhist tradition, mantras are words or phrases that are chanted as objects of meditation and expressions of devotion. Sacred sound symbols, they invoke qualities of the enlightened mind and bring us in touch with our highest potential. Join the Dublin Buddhist Centre Choir and explore how the practice of mantra can help to calm the mind and open the heart.

Time: 9.00pm - 10.00pm

Genres: Meditation / Music / Talk / Workshop

Features: 18+ / Wheelchair accessible

Address: Unit 5 Liberty Corner, James Joyce Street, D01 N5H6

Website: http://dublinbuddhistcentre.org/

Phone: 01 817 8933

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No Booking Required

The Mindfulness of Breathing: Meditation Workshop

In Person

Meditation is a means of transforming the mind and it can help us to better appreciate ourselves, other people, and the beauty of the world around us. Central to the practice of meditation is mindfulness. In this workshop you will be briefly introduced to one of the fundamental Buddhist meditation practices of the Mindfulness of Breathing.

Time: 5.15pm - 6.15pm

Genres: Meditation / Talk / Workshop

Features: 18+ / Wheelchair accessible

Address: Unit 5 Liberty Corner, James Joyce Street, D01 N5H6

Website: http://dublinbuddhistcentre.org/

Phone: 01 817 8933

Venue Social Media:

No Booking Required

Mandala Making Workshop

In Person

A mandala (meaning circle) is a geometric design that symbolises the Buddhist universe and is used as an aid to meditation. Working with mandalas can be a creative way to come into harmony with oneself, with others and with the environment. They can also teach us something of impermanence and letting go. Take part in this ancient Buddhist art form as you co-create a mandala using materials gathered from nature and, when it is complete, release it back into nature. Bring along any natural found objects such as flowers, leaves, leaves, pebbles, shells, feathers etc. that you would like to incorporate into the mandala. Spaces limited.

Time: 4.00pm - 5.00pm

Genres: Arts and Crafts / Visual Art

Features: 16+ / Wheelchair accessible

Address: Unit 5 Liberty Corner, James Joyce Street, D01 N5H6

Website: http://dublinbuddhistcentre.org/

Phone: 01 817 8933

Venue Social Media:

No Booking Required