Meditation for Beginners

Meditation for Beginners

Wed Jan 19th 2022 7:30pm - 8:30pm

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Introductory Introductory Meditation Meditation

Why meditate? Some of our community share their experience

These drop-in classes are a great way to sample meditation for the first time or to get refreshing support and clarity to help you set up a regular practice.  Full instruction will be given. We’ll introduce our meditation practices, one each week – either the mindfulness of breathing which develops calm, focus and wholeheartedness, or a loving kindness (metta bhavana) meditation which develops emotional positivity and connectedness.

There is also time for questions and discussion.

Tonight Bhadra, the Chair of the centre, will be leading the class.

What do I need to do to prepare?
Find somewhere quiet to sit and let anyone else in your household know that you are going to meditate so you would prefer not to be disturbed. You might want to get ready a comfortable seat, or meditation cushions or a meditation stool. We will give advice on sitting posture as part of the meditation session.

Do I need any previous experience of meditation?
No, these sessions are suitable for complete beginners.

Problems with Zoom? Email us and we will try to help

Watch tips for meditating on cushions or on a meditation stool

Please familiarise yourself with out covid guidelines before attending – bring a mask and do a lateral flow test if you can.

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