Cambridge Buddhist Centre

Are there any privileges or duties related to being a mitra?

Becoming a mitra is a declaration on the part of the mitra, and the Centre provides the context to have that declaration witnessed. It doesn’t endow any particular privileges or duties on behalf of either the mitra or Centre. You don’t need to attend certain events or pay a membership; the Centre isn’t bound to provide any particular events, or a space in a study group.

However, in recognition of the new relationship, it is likely that the mitra will have a stronger feeling for wanting to help the Centre; and the mitra convenor will very likely want to help the mitra take their Dharma practice deeper, especially by providing regular study. You will probably find some events or courses that are open only to mitras.

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