Yashobodhi talks about the relationship between thinking and insight. As long as we have a brain, we will have thoughts. Some of these thoughts are helpful. Some not so much. Becoming aware of thoughts is a good start. Whatever next?
led by Maitreyabandhu & Jnanavaca 4th March | 7-8:30pm GMT, 8-9:30pm CET, 6-7:30am AEDT
‘Near death experiences have previously been considered unworthy of science but, now that these experiences are being seriously acknowledged and are a valid area for scientific study, it seems that we are on the threshold of expanding our current knowledge about the meaning of life and death.’
- Dr Penny Sartori
This interactive zoom seminar will explore the implications...
Tuesdays, 19:00-21:00, with Visuddhimati, Zoom link here.
This is an ideal class to experience an in-depth taster of meditation or to deepen your existing meditation practice. Visuddhimati of the North London Buddhist Centre has decades of meditation experience.
How can you develop even more kindly awareness in meditation, meeting life’s challenges with resilience? Awareness coupled with kindness can bring about a radical and mysterious transformation in our everyday experience.
Visuddhimati continues the current online Tuesday class theme, helping to take your meditation deeper. 19:00 - 21:00 every Tuesday, all levels welcome, Zoom link here.
The next block (19 May, 26 May, 2 June) will focus on The Magic and Mystery of Kindly Awareness. Awareness coupled with kindness can bring about a radical and mysterious transformation in our everyday experience. How can we develop it in meditation, and meet life’s challenges with resilience and kindness? Led meditation, discussion, questions.
The next four week block starts next week. Dates: 12, 19, 26 May, 2 June Time: 7pm - 9pm
The Magic and Mystery of Kindly Awareness Zoom link here. Visuddhimati continues the current Tuesday class theme, offering a meditation toolkit for challenging times. The classes will be exploring how to further develop kindly awareness in meditation in order to meet life’s challenges with resilience and kindness. Awareness coupled with kindness can bring...
*UPDATED 14th March 2016. The clocks in the U.S. have already gone forward for spring so the meditation time in the UK& Europe is 1 hour earlier until clocks also go forward there. ie. 2.30pm EST/6.30pm UK/7.30pm Europe.
Starting a new series of Tuesday meditations, we’ll be spending time exploring the various terrains of mindfulness practice - looking at different approaches to paying attention to the ground of our being…
By Free Buddhist Audio on Thu, 1 Oct, 2015 - 23:28
As a companion to her talk, The Possibility of Practice and her guided Meditation on the Three Bodies (physical, emotional, and mental) this workshop is indispensable. Amaragita explodes and expands notions around the practice of paying attention via awareness of the breath, using the deceptively simple exercise of taking just five breaths through the day.
We hear how the practice relates to the theory of Buddhist meditation and are encouraged to choose and learn from our direct experience...