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Xmas Screening Fundraiser for Rigul Trust and Open House Project
CHRISTMAS FUNDRAISER FOR RIGUL TRUST and OPEN HOUSE PROJECT SCREENING of DEALING WITH EMOTIONS with RINGU TULKU As another year at Bodhicharya Kent comes to a close we are finishing the season with our traditional Christmas fund raiser for Rigul Trust ( and the Open House Project which feeds and clothes local homeless out of the Quaker House we meet at. THE EVENING We will start the evening with some guided meditation practice and then watch the recording of one of Ringu Tulku's first teachings given right here in Medway, Dealing with Emotions, which is a topic we can all connect with and relate to. Tea, coffee, biscuits and mince pies shall be provided and please bring anything you may like to share, thank you. Everyone is welcome :-) FUNDRAISING As always, the Tuesday evening is free to attend with a suggested donation of £5 to help cover our costs and support the activities of the group, however all donations this evening will be donated directly to Rigul Trust, so please give what you can as you generosity is appreciated and goes a long way in Rigul, Tibet. We will also be collecting any spare food, warm clothes like thermals, jumpers, coats, hats and gloves and items that can help homeless during this time that will be given directly to the Open House Project on the night. If donating cans of food, then please only donate cans with ring pulls or donate a can opener as well, thank you. I hope you can join us :-) The next meeting in 2019 will be on Tuesday January 8th. Om Mani Padme Ho Ho Ho!

Quaker Meeting House

Northgate, Rochester, Kent, ME1 1LS · Rochester

What we're about

Bodhicharya Kent is under the guidance of Ringu Tulku Rinpoche. We have been doing stimulating meditation evenings at the Quaker Meeting House in Rochester for some time now. The evening usually consists of meditation sessions, with guidance and instruction, that are comfortably split in to 10 minute sessions with time for a good stretch in between (more experienced meditators can sit through the stretch break).

A related topic is also introduced and discussed. The group is made up of the participants so active engagement, questions, reflections and discussion are welcome, however, if you prefer to just sit back, listen, reflect and take it in that is also very good. There are comfortable chairs and cushions available, but there are no meditation specific cushions so if you have your own and would prefer to sit on it then please bring it along.

We meet every Tuesday, usually 8.00pm – 9:30pm, except for the last Tuesday of the month.


Quaker Meeting House, Northgate, Rochester, Kent, ME1 1LS


A voluntary donation of £5 (if you can) for the evening to help cover the room rent, tea and biscuits. We value your presence more than your money.

We also have an additional voluntary collection for Rigul Trust, one of Ringu Tulku’s charitable projects. For more information about Rigul Trust please see here: (

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