By Helen - Windhor... on Mon, 21 Oct, 2019 - 12:21
I recently had the pleasure of interviewing the well-loved and highly respected meditation teacher, Paramananda, about his latest book, The Myth of Meditation. Here’s a transcript of excerpts from the interview.
In the title of the book, why do you describe meditation as a myth?
Paramananda: I can’t really give you a better answer to that than the subtitle [restoring imaginal ground through embodied Buddhist practice]. It was an attempt to relocate meditation in what I understood its original setting to be, which is a...
Windhorse Publications is delighted to announce the release of The Myth of Meditation: restoring imaginal ground through embodied Buddhist practice, the latest book from respected meditation teacher Paramananda, author of Change Your Mind: A Practical Guide to Buddhist Meditation, The Body, and A Deeper Beauty.
From his three decades of teaching Buddhist meditation, Paramananda offers an approach that is a challenge both to the way we experience ourselves, and the way in which we see and ‘be’ in the world....
By yashobodhi on Thu, 24 Apr, 2014 - 14:22There is a new six week meditation course starting on Monday evening 5 May. The course is led by Paramananda and Tarakarunya. Paramananda is the author of a few excellent books about meditation and has many years of experience teaching meditation. Tarakarunya is also a very accomplished teacher of many years of practice. Bookings via http://www.westlondonbuddhistcentre.com/?page_id=6