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Meditation Lab! With Yashobodhi

On Mon, 28 March, 2022 - 11:49
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1/8/15/22 May

1st session: 2 hours
USA PST 01:00 | Mexico 03:00 | USA EST 04:00 | IE & UK 09.00 | Europe 10:00 CET | India 13:30 | Australia AEDT 18:00 | New Zealand NZDT 20:00

2nd session: 2 hours
USA PST 12:00 | Mexico 14:00 | USA EST 15:00 | IE & UK 20.00 | Europe 21:00 CET | India 00:30 | Australia AEDT 05:00 (next day) | New Zealand NZDT 07:00 (next day)


Meditation Lab! With Yashobodhi

A series of four sessions aiming to play with common issues encountered in meditation practice. Bring your own and we can explore!

This May you’re invited to join us for some playful experimentation in our newly minted Meditation Lab!

Meditation is an important part of the Buddhist path. But it often offers challenges as we encounter difficulties and issues in our practice. The good news is that every challenge points to some sort of solution: a change of perspective, an adapted view, a bit more of this and a bit less of that. It’s all about change—about trying and knowing when to stop trying.

Would it not be amazing to see these as opportunities for growing and becoming more skilled?

Meditation Lab is a series of four sessions aiming to play with common issues encountered in meditation practice.

Bring your own and we can explore!


What to expect:

Breakout groups are an important part of the sessions, as is being prepared to talk about obstacles in your meditation.

We will meditate together, talk about our experience, try out methods and learn about approaches that may help us in our practice in the future.

Your guide for these sessions will be Yashobodhi, an experienced and much loved meditation teacher.

Each day is centred around a theme:

Each day is centred around a theme:
Body (1 May), Breath (8 May), Difficult Emotions (15 May) and Thought (22 May).

You are welcome to attend all or any of the sessions.

We’ll do two sessions each week on the theme of the day. Both will follow the same structure, but the content may vary.

Join us in the Lab—and let’s play!

Book a place here!


About Yashobodhi:
Yashobodhi has been teaching Buddhism, meditation and mindfulness in different settings for over 15 years. She is originally from the Netherlands, but has lived and worked in the UK since 2010, initially mainly teaching at the West London Buddhist Centre. She still leads a weekly class there, and in the last few years has been teaching mindfulness and meditation in a range of contexts from healthcare contexts to big business, art galleries to Buddhist retreats. She has continued to do all her work very successfully and thoughtfully online during the pandemic.

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