The what, why & how of meditation

Mondays: August 17,24,31 – 18.30 to 20.00
with Kadam Tim

In our Monday classes, we focus on the practice of meditation, and how to integrate meditation into your daily life.

In this first series after the summer break, we will explore, practice and discuss meditation, with the aim to equip you with the knowledge you need to start building your own meditation routine. We will look at the short and long term benefits of meditation, how to practise meditation and how to relate to your practice.

The meditation practices we teach come from an unbroken lineage of instructions that go back to the teachings of Buddha, over 2500 years ago. They are timeless instructions that are very relevant for developing and maintaining a peaceful mind in today’s world.

Teachings for these classes will be drawn from Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso Rinpoche’s books “How to Transform Your Life” and “How to Solve our Human Problems”. Hard copies of both books can be purchased at the Centre. A digital version of the latter is available here available here, and a digital version the former can be download for free here.

About these classes

We are happy to be able to offer “drop-in” classes physically at the Centre again. However, due to regulations, we are restricted to a maximum of 20 people in a class. Places are available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Normally, there should not be a problem with numbers, but please come early to ensure your space. Doors open 30 minutes before the class starts and tea is served.

The classes include teachings, discussion and guided meditations. No previous experience of meditation is needed. We sit on regular chairs and no special clothing is needed. Everyone is welcome and anyone can benefit from these teachings regardless of nationality, culture, background, gender or age.

Entry prices

Drop-in fee (per class): 80kr
Clip Card: (4 x classes): 280kr
Clip Card: (8 x classes): 480kr
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