Sangha Meditation Class – Intermediate Level

Sangha Meditation Class – Intermediate Level

The Mindfulness of Breathing

From January, up until April, we will be exploring the Mindfulness of Breathing meditation practice. The tradition of mindfulness in spiritual practice is well established. But what is mindfulness and where does it lead? How can we learn to develop this quality, especially in a world that so often seems to pull us in a different direction?

In 2023 we will be exploring mindfulness through traditional Buddhist approaches but we will also be using innovative techniques to work with this quality. Including techniques that can help us to embody mindfulness in everyday life.

This will include use of the different senses to tune in to experience. It will also include movement and mindfulness. And there will be teaching on how to work with difficult and distracted mental states that may seem to block our access to awareness. 

Also, the Mindfulness of Breathing is an absorption meditation. How can we learn to become absorbed and work with deepening this?

I look forward to seeing you on Wednesday lunchtimes.



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