Hungry Ghost Sangha – Hull Sit-and-Share Meeting – England
Days: Every Thursday
The Hull Hungry Ghost Sangha is a peer support group for people who are suffering because of addiction problems, substance abuse, depression, stress, burnout, or other forms of obsessive behaviour.
Underlying all our practice is truthfulness and honesty. When one is truly honest and on the path, one can begin to fully recover and “awaken” to a rich and boundless serenity.
So whether we are recovering from addiction, living with addicted people, suffering burn out, obsession, or just recovering from life, all are welcome and you don’t need to be Buddhist to reap the rewards. All are welcome!
Meetings operate on an informal drop-in basis and are suitable for all levels of experience.
No registration needed – just show up.
Address: Hungry Ghost ‘Sit-and-Share’ Meeting, Boulevard Village Hall, Boulevard, HULL HU3 2UE, United Kingdom
Contact: Jabel Roots on 07826182452 or by email at Hull@5th-Precept.Org
What does it cost?
No fee – donations only.
There is no charge to attend these meditation meetings, you just need a healthy desire to be free of craving, aversion and confusion.
A donation (Dana) towards the meeting’s running costs and refreshments would be welcome but is not compulsory. No one will be turned away for lack of funds.
What to bring?
Seating is on the chairs provided. Dress comfortably. You are also welcome to bring your own blanket, cushions or meditation stool for comfort.
An international directory of Buddhist Recovery Meetings can be found here.