A bodhi leaf - © Robin Bath
Bodhi Leaf
© Robin Bath

Welcome to
Jamyang Bath Buddhist Group

A place to study Buddhism from the Tibetan tradition, to meditate and discuss with like-minded people

Geshe Tashi comes to Bath

October 10th - 12th


Geshe Tashi

We are pleased to announce Geshe Tashi's long-awaited return to Bath.

He will give a public talk
on Friday evening:

Finding our True Potential

Friday 10th October 7.30pm
Bath Royal Literary & Scientific Institution, 1618 Queen Square, Bath BA1 2HN.

Suggested donation to cover costs: £7 at the door

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Then a week-end of teachings:

Buddha Nature

Saturday 11th and Sunday 12th October
10.00am 5.00pm
Friends Meeting House, York Street, Bath, BA1 1NG

Suggested donation: £25 for the weekend/£15 per day at the door. Tea/coffee provided

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Geshe Tashi is the resident teacher of Jamyang Buddhist Centre since 1994. He teaches in English and is renowned for the warmth, clarity and humour with which he makes complex subjects accessible to Western Students. Besides Jamyang, he is a regular guest lecturer at other Buddhist centres in the UK and around the world as well as creator and teacher of the Foundation of Buddhist Thought, the two-year course on the basics of Tibetan Buddhism.

Coming up:

Wednesday 12th November: Geshe Kelsang Wangmo will be teaching on the Buddhist view of reality

Wednesday 3rd December: Geshe Sherab will be teaching on compassion

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New Course

Making Life Meaningful

What blocks us from having a worthwhile, happy life? How do we make life meaningful? Join us as we investigate a Buddhist approach to these topics, with presentations, lively discussion and meditations.

This course is suitable for those new to Buddhist ideas, who would like an introduction to their relevance in everyday life, and those who would like to deepen their knowledge and experience.

Presented by Kay Cooper and Gordon McDougall, experienced class facilitators.

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Dates: Wednesdays 10th September 26th November
7.30 pm at New Oriel Hall

Suggested donation to cover costs: £5


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