‘Daily Buddhism – A Practical Guide’ – In Person Class

This live class features teachings & guided meditations from Gen Pagpa, the Resident Teacher in Preston.

‘Daily Buddhism – A Practical Guide’ – In Person Class



Sunday 27th February


With Gen Pagpa

Open to anyone, no experience needed.


At Vajravarahi Kadampa Meditation Centre, 38 West Cliff, Preston, PR1 8HU.


Buddhism is an extremely rich and varied spiritual tradition, and there are many options when it comes to meditation practices.

This raises an important question – as a practising Buddhist, what should we do during our day?

How do we get the most out of our meditation practice?

How do we put Buddha’s teachings into practice, and what are our most essential thoughts, activities and rituals for a happy life?

Gen Pagpa will attempt to answer these and other questions on this course.

Attendees are welcome to bring their own questions and practical issues, as there will be a question and answer session.


Everyone welcome!


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Sunday 27th February, 10am - 4.30pm


Timetable -

10am - 11.15am = Session 1

11.15am - 12noon = Refreshment Break

12noon - 1pm = Session 2

1pm - 3pm = Lunch Break (Vegi Lunch Provided)

3pm - 4.30pm = Session 3

4.30pm = Finish


At Vajravarahi Kadampa Meditation Centre, 38 West Cliff, Preston, PR1 8HU.


If you choose to supply your contact details with us, these will be shared with the NHS ‘Test and Trace’ system if they contact the Centre asking for details on who has been in the building.

Additional information

Meal Options

Lunch, No Lunch


Gen Pagpa

Gen Pagpa

Resident Teacher

An English Buddhist Monk with over 20 years experience. His teachings are pratical and profund, and he has led many retreats at other Buddhist Centres around the country. Please enjoy this short video teaching.

By training in meditation, we create an inner space and clarity that enable us to control our mind regardless of the external circumstances.

Gradually we develop mental equilibrium, a balanced mind that is happy all the time, rather than an unbalanced mind that oscillates between the extremes of excitement and despondency.

If we train in meditation systematically, eventually we shall be able to eradicate from our mind the delusions that are the causes of all our problems and suffering.

In this way, we shall come to experience permanent inner peace.

Geshe Kelsang Gyatso

'The New Meditation Handbook'

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