Sat 24 Jun | Introduction to Tantra | Gen Chodor | 10:30am – 3:30pm | Morden



During this one-day course, we will explore Buddha’s teachings and meditations on Tantra. Tantric meditation offers a clear vision of what Buddhist enlightenment truly means, harnessing the power of our imagination and wisdom to bring about swift, positive transformation within ourselves. Through this practice, we learn how to transcend our negative states of mind and let go of our ordinary limitations. Tantra also teaches us to meditate deeply, achieving subtle and peaceful states of mind that swiftly reduce distractions and mental busyness.

10.30 – 11.30amGuided meditations and practical teachings
11.30am – 12.15pmBreak and refreshments
12.15 – 1.15 pmGuided meditations and practical teachings
1.15 – 2.30 pmLunch
2.30 – 3.30 pmGuided meditations and practical teachings

Gen Chodor is the Resident Teacher of Kadampa Meditation Centre London. He has taught extensively in the UK and also in the US. He has a wealth of practical experience of Buddhas teachings and is loved for his warm and insightful presentations.

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Kadampa World Peace Temple
1a Ashridge Way, London SM4 4EF

The Kadampa World Peace Temple is a dedicated spiritual space in South London which provides people with a quiet, beautiful, peaceful, and safe environment to learn about Meditation. The Centre is part of an international network of Kadampa Centres providing a place of peace and refuge open to everyone.

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Here are some common questions that people ask about our meditation classes. If you have any other questions please contact us and we will be happy to help you in anyway.

Q) What is meditation?

The purpose of meditation is to cultivate positive states of mind, conducive to peace and well-being, and overcome negative habits of mind. Happiness is a state of mind, therefore the real source of happiness lies in the mind, not in external conditions. When our mind is peaceful we are free from worries and mental discomfort, and we experience true happiness.

Meditation is a technique used by millions of people to develop a calm and peaceful mind. It reduces stress, anxiety, and other negative states of mind and promotes physical and mental well-being. The meditations we guide are non-sectarian, non-judgemental, and universal. They are simple and accepted methods to help people tackle the stress and anxiety associated with the challenges of modern daily life.

Q: Do I have to sit of the floor?
A: No, people have the choice of sitting on a chair or they can bring their own cushion and sit on the floor.

Q: Do I need to have a religious affiliation to attend these weekly classes?
A: No. Everything is presented in a way that is accessible to everyone, and no religious affiliation is required.

Q: Do I need to have experience of meditation to attend a weekly class?
A: No. Everyone is welcome, including beginners.

Q: Are these classes suitable for someone who already has some experience of meditation?
A: The teachings are designed to be simple yet profound, so that every class provides something for everyone.

Q: Will I be asked to say anything, or speak in front of a group of people?
A: No. But you can ask questions if you want to.

Q: Is there any physical exercise involved, such as yoga?
A: No. The courses focus on meditation alone.

Q: What do I need to bring?
A: Nothing in particular. However, some people find it useful to bring a notepad and pen.

Q: How should I dress?
A: There are no special requirements, but comfortable clothing is generally best.

Q: If I want to attend a weekly class, do I need to wait for the next course of classes to begin?
A: No. Each class is self-contained. You can drop in whenever you can, and start whenever you like.

Q: Do I need to book in advance?
A: For weekly classes it is not necessary to book in advance.

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