BBG West Sussex Aims

It Is Our Responsibility As Facilitators To Help BBG ...

 

  1. provide a safe space for Buddhists and non-Buddhists alike which is conducive to meditation, where we can discuss, learn, reflect, experience, question and debate Buddhist teachings.
     

  2. inform and support, not recruit or convert. There is no membership, no sign up. This is an inward journey and you decide how far you go.
     

  3. offer weekly meetings to keep the group alive, structured, engaging and useful to both new and established practitioners.
     

  4. maintain BBG as a self-funding group through donations only ensuring all who want to come can afford to.

    NB. As A Group BBG West Sussex also aims to … 
     

  5. host annual teaching events and public talks from Ringu Tulku Rinpoche. Request topics from him that are engaging and relevant for both established and new practitioners.
     

  6. host teachings from other visiting teachers. Request topics from them that are engaging and relevant for both established and new practitioners.
     

  7. record and share audio teachings from all our teachers.

Useful Notes

CODE OF CONDUCT


For your own relaxation and reassurance we respectfully ask those present to observe this code of conduct.

 

  • Individual opinions
    and questions are welcomed but must be expressed and listened to respectfully during the meetings.

     

  • Any personal disclosures during a meeting will be kept private within that meeting.
     

  • Any personal attacks
    or discrimination based on age, sexual orientation, gender, disability, race, ethnicity, religion will not be tolerated.

     

  • Any behaviour deemed to be unwarranted, unnecessary, unsolicited or inappropriate for this particular setting will not be tolerated.
     

  • The steering group reserves the right to ask anyone who is not respecting our aims and objectives to leave the group