Woking Buddhist Temple Opens Its Doors for Meditation Post Lockdown
The London branch of Dhammakaya Buddhism based in Woking is once again opening its temple doors to those that seek Beginners’ Meditation practice from Tuesday 8th June 7-8.30pm.
The temple has carried out a risk assessment and there will be temperature checks, NHS App check-ins and socially distanced seating for a maximum number of meditators.
The effects of multiple lockdowns have impacted many people’s mental health and wellbeing and meditation may provide a path to remain positive and gain a new perspective for personal growth. For those with little to no prior knowledge of Buddhism, attendees should be assured that these sessions are aimed at beginners and provide an approachable starting point to learn how to meditate and how this can make dealing with stress in daily life easier.
TEMPLE COVID GUIDELINES
VISITORS, PLEASE WAIT TO BE SEATED
PLEASE FOLLOW THESE MANDATORY GOVERNMENT GUIDELINES
WEAR A FACE MASK (UNLESS EXEMPT),
SCAN THE NHS QR COED OR PROVIDE CONTACT DETAILS,
CLEANSE YOUR HANDS,
BODY’S TEMPERATURE CHECKING BY TEMPLE STAFF,
Purpose of the Program:
1: To Study and Practice Basic Dhammakaya Meditation Technique
2: To Know and Understand Basic Dhamma Concepts to Aid in the Progress of Your Personal Meditation
When and Where:
Every Tuesday: 19:00-20:30hrs
Venue: Wat Phra Dhammakaya London
2 Brushfield Way Knaphill Woking Surrey GU21 2TG