Awareness is revolutionary

An oasis of calm in a busy city

Helping to transform life through Meditation, Buddhism, Mindfulness and Yoga.
At Brighton Buddhist Centre we teach meditation and Buddhism in a way that is relevant to contemporary life.

We are inspired to create an atmosphere which is conducive to spiritual practice: to calm, to friendship and to insight.

We are part of Triratna, an International Buddhist Movement.

The Centre is open every day for drop-in meditation and yoga and classes.  No need to book in advance. Online early morning meditations and weekly pujas continue to be offered.

We also offer a range of courses which can be booked here on the website or over the phone or in-person at our reception desk.


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Evolution Arts

Our sister organisation offers a varied programme of arts, well-being and creativity.

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What's Happening


Brighton Sub35 Sangha

26 – 28 January Sunday, 2-5pm Going Deeper Discussion, meditation and ritual led by members of the Triratna Buddhist Order By Donation Key Buddhist Insights Introduction to some key Buddhist insights: We can change! In fact, we are constantly changing. True happiness comes from inside, not from outer things. We are inter-related to other beings […]

Parinirvana Day

Save the Date 9:30 am Prostration Practice – for Order Members and GFR Mitras who are familiar with the practice. 10:15 am Breakfast 11 am Shrine Room (Lunch from 1 pm – 2:15 pm) 2:15 pm – 4:30 pm Shrine Room   There is no need to book. By Donation


Working with the restless mind

Meditation course In our hyper-stimulated culture, our minds can sometimes be a restless whirlwind of thought, going round and round, even in meditation, jumping from one unsolved issue or judgement to another – and then starting all over again. It is often implied that effective meditation requires us to still our minds of this kind of […]

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The Journey and The Guide

How do we make the most of life.  We all want to live a valuable and fulfilling life. We want our life to be our own, not predictable, boring or mapped out by others. It is this kind of problem that the Buddha sought to solve, first in his own life and then, after Enlightenment, […]

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