Mindfulness Based Compassionate Living Course – in person

Mindfulness Based Compassionate Living Course – in person

Date and Time:

8 weeks starting Thu, 16th Jun, 2022
10:00 am - 12:00 pm


Compassion is the capacity to be open to the pain and suffering of our self and others accompanied by the wish to seek relief from such suffering. MBCL training explores our natural human capacity to develop compassion in a way that can radically change our lives. In this 8 week course. Maitridarshin will introduce practices, which allow us to develop key aspects of our emotional well-being including warmth, security, acceptance and connectedness. You will need to be familiar with mindfulness meditation to truly benefit from this course.

MBCL can be an emotionally challenging programme, which is why we ask participants to have a consistent, live meditation practice.

The course consists of eight 2 hour weekly sessions. The first week of the course will be followed by a week-off on 23 June and then run through until Thursday 11 August.

Led by Maitridarshin

Maitridarshin is an experienced teacher and psychotherapist with an extensive background in traditional and secular approaches to practice.

Maitridarshin has had a personal mindfulness meditation practice for more than 30 years. During the last 15 years he has led many traditional and secular meditation courses and residential retreats.

He is a practicing Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapist, having trained in Psychological Therapy, CBT, at Sussex University. His interest in the clinical applications of mindfulness led him to study for a Masters Degree in, Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy at Oxford University where his tutor was Professor Mark Williams. He has specialist mindfulness training in MBCT for cancer and Mindfulness Based Compassionate Living. He was trained directly by the developers of each of these approaches.

His personal practice and clinical background together with his academic studies in Buddhist Psychology at London University give him a broad perspective of both traditional and secular practices.

To find out more visit the website ChooseCompassion


You can book this course on-line using a credit or debit card or through your PayPal account. Once you click the "pay now" button you will be transferred to PayPal to make your payment.

If you have any questions find out more about bookings and concessions . Due to the reduced office staffing during the pandemic we are currently only taking bookings by PayPal, if this causes problems please email info@brightonbuddhistcentre.co.uk

Ticket Type Price Spaces
Full price £160.00
Concession £120.00

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