The Liverpool Buddhist Centre provides teaching for those who want to try Meditation and who want be introduced to the central teachings and practices of Buddhism. There are also opportunities to take these practices to a deeper level and establish more regular and sustained Buddhist Practice. In the courses we introduce the central Buddhist teachings and practices. These teachings can make a significant difference to ones life. The courses are open to all of whatever faith or belief. Or those with no religious faith or belief at all.
We are based at our new, central location Melbourne Buildings, 21 North John Street, Liverpool, L2 5QU where we have a weekly Sangha evening for those with some experience of Meditation and Buddhism. We run regular courses throughout the year .
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The Liverpool Buddhist Centre is part of the Triratna Buddhist Community ( formerly the FWBO). It is an international Buddhist movement which began in the 1960's in England. It was established by an Englishman Sangharakshita who at that time was a Buddhist monk of over 20 years experience. The movement has since spread to many other countries in Europe, the Americas, to India , Australia and New Zealand.