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Full-moon Day Meditation

Saturday 8th July 2017

2017.pdfCome and join me for a long meditation session from 7:00 am onwards. I recommend starting as early as transport allows to make the best use of the quiet hours in the early morning. If you cannot get here until 8:00 or 9:00 am, that’s fine, but please send me an email to let me know that you intend to come, as I have limited space.

If you have no previous experience of the Mahāsi meditation method, please read the short booklets recommended on the Retreats Page.

Calendar 2017

Download this PDF (1.38 Mbytes) to make your own calendar. Formatted for printing on A4 paper, the calendar shows the full-moon and new-moon observance days (Uposatha), days scheduled for one-day retreats and sunrise times at the beginning of each month. The time of first light (the earliest time to offer alms or to eat when observing eight precepts) is typically about one hour before sunrise.

The Buddhist year is currently 2561. The Buddhist Year of 2,562 begins on the Full-moon day of Vesākha in May 2018. British Summer Time (BST) changes to Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) at 1:00 am on Sun, 29th October, 2017.

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