Training the Wild Mind Through Meditation - with Lama Zangmo
Start Date: 12 Sep 2018 End Date : 26 Sep 2018Every Wed every week, 7:00pm to 8:30pm
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WhoTeacher: Lama Gelongma Zangmo
This course is suitable for anyone who has had some previous meditation instruction and would like to learn more about Shamatha meditation.
The course can be attended as a follow-up to the Guide to Shamatha Meditation course that took place in June as well as a follow up to the Introduction to Meditation courses, or simply as a way to continue to deepen ones understanding, clarify uncertainties and gain more experience in ones meditation.
Lama Zangmo will explain topics such as: Developing Mindfulness and Introspection; How to deal with difficulties and problems in Shamatha meditation; Explanation of The Nine Stages of the Path to Shamatha ; The Prerequisites for attaining Shamatha.
There will be time for sitting and walking meditation, and explanation on how to bring awareness into daily life outside of formal meditation sessions.
The course will run over four Wednesday evenings and it is a requirement to commit to attend all four classes. Unless you are able to attend all the classes, we ask you not to book for the course. Each class will have time for instructions, questions and answers, as well as time for actual meditation.
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