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A Guide to Calm Abiding Meditation - a 4 week course with Lama Zangmo from 15th January

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Start Date: 15 Jan 2020
End Date : 5 Feb 2020

Every Wed every week, 7:00pm to 8:30pm



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Teacher: Lama Gelongma Zangmo
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During this 4 week course we will explore the methods employed to bring a sense of ease to the mind through the practice of meditation.

Calm abiding meditation (Shinay in Tibetan; Shamatha in sanskrit) is accomplished through the development of mindfulness, which can be described as an ongoing awareness in the moment. By training in focusing this awareness stably in meditation we can give rise to a more peaceful mind.

Meditation and mindfulness, practised regularly over time, have strong potential to make one’s general state of mind more positive: increasingly we can become free of habitual reactivity, unhelpful emotional patterns, and limited ways of seeing ourselves and others. With a more open and relaxed mind we will have less stress resulting from our living situation, and less tendency to be thrown by the ups-and-downs that life presents.

This course is aimed for people who are new to meditation and will give them the techniques and understanding to establish an ongoing and fruitful practice of calm abiding meditation. It will include posture, relaxation, breathing and other meditation essentials. A regular meditation practice can bring a greater sense of inner peace and can help to calm an overactive mind, as well as bring more understanding in a deeper sense of who we are.

This is a weekly course taking place every Wednesday evening for 4 weeks from 19.00 and 20.30 and we ask that praticipants attend all four classes. Unless you are able to attend all the classes, we ask you not to book for the course.

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