classes

Disse ugentlige klasser er passende både for begyndere og dem der er mere erfarne. Hver klasse vil generelt indeholde undervisning og to guidede meditationer designede til at hjælpe alle til at finde større indre ro, glæde og velbefindende i deres liv. Der bliver undervist i anerkendte metoder og meditationer til at blive mere opmærksomme og nærværende i nuet, overkomme stress, kultivere indre styrke og opleve større harmoni i vores relationer.

Overcoming Anxiety

Talks & guided meditations
September, Mon 18th to Oct 16th | 19:00 to 20:30 | with Gen Daö | KMC CPH
Anxiety and stress are increasingly common problems for people in our busy, modern world. These states of mind prevent us from experiencing peace and enjoying life.

Meditation is an effective way to combat negative states of mind and create a sense of mental freedom. By gaining experience of Buddhist meditation techniques and positive thinking we can learn to control our mind, rather than allowing our mind to control us. By learning to accept painful feelings rather than being panicked by them we can keep a calm and happy mind in all situations.

The classes are taught in clear, easy-to-understand English. Suitable for complete beginners and those with more experience of meditation & mindfulness. Each class includes a talk and two guided meditations. Each class is self-contained. So, you can just drop in whenever you can, or attend the whole series if you wish. A Clip Card (see below) enables you to attend the whole series (or other classes) and save up to 25% on the class-by-class fee.

Drop-in fee (per class): 120kr | students 80kr | free for supporting members
Clip Card: (4 x classes): 400kr (20% discount on class-by-class fee) | students 270kr (17% discount)
Clip Card: (8 x classes): 750kr | students 500kr (25% discount on class-by-class fee)

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Introduction to Buddhist psychology & meditation
– Living with love, compassion and wisdom

Talks & guided meditations
Thursdays | 19:00 to 20:30 | with Gen Daö | KMC CPH

These weekly drop-in meditation classes are offered as self-contained classes (not a series). With a new topic and practice each week, you can either attend each class or just drop in when you like.

Aug 24th – Lamrim & the art of living with love, compassion & wisdom
Aug 31st – The art of Meditation – finding a deeper joy and purpose in life

Sep 7th – Our extraordinary potential & the key to living a happy, meaningful life
Sep 14th – The freedom and joy of living each day as if it where our last
Sep 21st – Understanding past & future lives – making this life happy & meaningful
Sep 28th – Inner Refuge – Inner protection, inner freedom, inner joy

Oct 5th – The law of Karma – Healing the past, creating the future

*Please note – new weekly titles will be added after October 5th.

These classes offer an opportunity for everyone, from complete beginners to those with more experience of meditation to explore the highly practical approach of modern Buddhist psychology and meditation for improving our peace of mind, happiness and well-being.

We will explore how we all have an inner potential for self-transformation and a limitless capacity for the development of inner peace, happiness and good qualities such as love, compassion and wisdom. In each class we will learn a new meditation and practise for daily life – known as Lamrim (stages of the path to Enlightenment) – to enable us to progressively access and fully actualise this potential.

These classes will be based on a very special and highly practical presentation of fourteen Lamrim meditations and practises for daily life that are presented in the book ‘How to understand the mind – the nature and power of the mind’ by Geshe Kelsang Gyatso.

Each class includes a talk and two guided meditations. They are taught in clear, easy-to-understand English. Each class is self contained. So, you can just drop in whenever you can, or attend the whole series if you wish. A Clip Card (see below) enables you to attend the whole series (or other classes) and save up to 25% on the class-by-class fee.

Drop-in fee (per class): 120kr | students 80kr | free for supporting members
Clip Card: (4 x classes): 400kr (20% discount on class-by-class fee) | students 270kr (17% discount)
Clip Card: (8 x classes): 750kr | students 500kr (25% discount on class-by-class fee)

Buy Clip Card

Overcoming Anxiety

Talks & guided meditations
September, Sun 24th to Oct 22nd | 11:00 to 12:30 | with Gen Daö | KMC CPH
Anxiety and stress are increasingly common problems for people in our busy, modern world. These states of mind prevent us from experiencing peace and enjoying life.

Meditation is an effective way to combat negative states of mind and create a sense of mental freedom. By gaining experience of Buddhist meditation techniques and positive thinking we can learn to control our mind, rather than allowing our mind to control us. By learning to accept painful feelings rather than being panicked by them we can keep a calm and happy mind in all situations.

The classes are taught in clear, easy-to-understand English. Suitable for complete beginners and those with more experience of meditation & mindfulness. Each class includes a talk and two guided meditations. Each class is self-contained. So, you can just drop in whenever you can, or attend the whole series if you wish. A Clip Card (see below) enables you to attend the whole series (or other classes) and save up to 25% on the class-by-class fee.

Drop-in fee (per class): 120kr | students 80kr | free for supporting members
Clip Card: (4 x classes): 400kr (20% discount on class-by-class fee) | students 270kr (17% discount)
Clip Card: (8 x classes): 750kr | students 500kr (25% discount on class-by-class fee)

Buy Clip Card

other locations

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We would like to make weekly meditation classes as widely available as we can to everyone throughout Copenhagen and Denmark. We are currently exploring opportunities to launch branch classes outside of our Centre in Copenhagen. If you would like a branch class in your area, please do email us at info@meditateincopenhagen.org