The Centre is a place for practicing and studying Dharma. For that reason, the basic rules of Buddhist ethics should be followed with particular care:

  • not to kill;
  • not to take or use anything that belongs to someone else without permission;
  • not to lie;
  • to observe the moral rules about sexual behaviour;
  • not to take any drugs or drink alcohol. No-one will be allowed to stay in the centre if under the influence of drugs or alcohol.

Additionally it is not appropriate:

  • to smoke outside the clearly marked smoking areas;
  • to behave noisily.

The quiet hours are from 11:00 p.m. to 06:00 a.m.

Parents are entirely responsible for the safety and good behavior of their children.

The centre is a communal place, that’s why we expect all participants to take part, within their capabilities, in the maintenance and similar work.

The centre is supported only by donations. All participants are asked to cover the costs connected with their food and stay according to the established rates.

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