6 Week Intro to Meditation Course
Wednesday April 22, 2020 , 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm
Learn to Meditate and Find Freedom
Want to explore your mind? Looking to make the most of your life? Ever wondered what all the hype around meditation is about? Experience meditation for yourself and find out. This six-week course introduces meditation and how you can use it to free up your energy, your imagination, and your perspective on the world.
While meditation has a calming effect on the mind, it also can be used to transform our habitual behaviours. Unlock the potential to choose your own path rather being carried along by past conditioning and habit. Awareness is revolutionary and meditation is the key to developing this skill which empowers us to make aware and better choices, open our heart and cope with life’s ups and downs.
On this highly practical course you’ll get instruction in developing mindfulness and deep positive emotion through meditation, as well as key principles to take you from where you are now to beyond what you might think is possible. You will also be encouraged to continue the training practices at home and in your daily life.
- Learn traditional Buddhist meditation practices, Mindfulness of Breathing and the Cultivation of Loving Kindness (Metta Bhavana) an experienced meditation teacher.
- Develop an effective meditation practice with the weekly support of experienced meditation teachers.
- You will be led through a guided meditation practice each night and introduced to the theory and wisdom that lies behind meditation.
- Each night there will opportunity to ask questions and discuss your meditation experience.
- Receive complimentary access to all our drop-in meditation classes at the MBC for the duration of the course (5 classes/week for 6 weeks)
- On-going support from the Melbourne Buddhist Centre meditation classes, study and retreat programs.
Suitable for those with little or no experience of meditation.
Booking Essential: $250 Full Waged/$200 Low Waged/$150 Concession
Rijumayi has been practicing Buddhist meditation for over 20 years. She was ordained into the Triratna Buddhist Order in 2014.