Learn to Meditate Class | With Linda | 11am-12pm
£15.00 – £45.00
FREE for Silver, Gold and Platinum Members
Join us for this midweek morning meditation class. Create inner space, relax and enjoy some guided meditations and practical teachings to help you keep your peace for the rest of the week.
You are invited to stay for refreshments and discussion after the class.
Everyone is welcome!
NEXT COURSE | LEARN TO MEDITATE
March 6, 13, 20, 27
Learn to Meditate
– What is meditation?
– The benefits of meditation
– How to meditate
– A daily practice
Who is it for?
These teachings are for everyone, whether you are new to meditation and just starting out, or have been meditating for a while and would like a refresher class to inject some renewed energy into your daily practice, or you simply enjoy meditating in a group with other people, then this is the course for you.
What to expect
These classes are taught by Linda Wrigglesworth, a long-term practitioner of meditation and Buddhism. Linda has a wealth of experience in Buddhist meditation, each class begins with a guided meditation, followed by step-by-step instructions on how to train our mind through meditation practice, and concluding with a second guided meditation. There will also be an opportunity to ask questions.
The benefits of meditation
The purpose of meditation is to make our mind calm and peaceful. During this course series we will be exploring different meditation topics, such as various types of breathing meditation, love, compassion, patience and wisdom. We will learn and understand through our own experience how regular training in meditation we can develop special virtuous minds and improve our concentration, and have a lighter and happier approach to life. Thereby creating harmony and improving our relationships with others. Meditation is a life changing skill that empowers us to discover happiness from within our own mind.
Linda Wrigglesworth is a student on the Foundation Programme at KMC London and has been studying and teaching Kadampa Buddhism for many years. She is known for her ability to convey Buddha’s teachings with warmth, clarity and humour, and for her example as a modern Kadampa Buddhist who integrates Buddha’s teachings into her daily life.