Meditation Half-Day Courses 2017

At Amitabha Kadampa Meditation Centre, Bristol

These short courses are suitable for everyone, for those beginning meditation and for those already familiar with meditation.

It’s a great way to take time out and relax and to learn how to practically apply meditation to our daily lives.

The courses are taught by experienced meditation teachers and include guided meditations, talks and a chance for questions.

The suggested donation is £10 , however no one is turned away through lack of funds. Each course is open to drop in on the day, though booking is helpful.

For further information and to book please email:

info@meditationinbristol.org


The Art of Meditation

Saturday 21st October 10:30am – 1:30pm
with Justin Rodway
We all seek deep and lasting happiness, yet we normally look in the wrong places!
Happiness is a state of mind, so can only be developed by improving our mind. We will look at improving our mindfulness, with some wonderful “feel good” meditations.


Meditation and Mental Peace 

Sunday 22nd October 1:30pm – 4:30pm
with Kelsang Namkha
In this course we will learn how to begin and make progress in the practice of meditation, which is essential for our inner peace and our happiness.
Suitable for both beginners and more experienced practitioners alike.
 

Inner Freedom

Sunday 29th October 10:30am – 1:30pm
with Duncan Maybury
Discover and explore the peaceful nature and function of our mind.
Learn how we can tap into and increase our happiness through some simple but profound meditations.
 

Accepting What We Cannot Change

Saturday 4th November 10:30am – 1:30pm
with Aileen Glen
“Being patient means welcoming wholeheartedly whatever arises, having given up the idea that things should be other than what they are” Geshe Kelsang Gyatso.
This course will explain the real nature of our problems and what their main causes are.
 

Maintaining A Happy Mind

Sunday 5th November 10:30am – 1:30pm
with Phill Pollintine
Meditation can help our mind always to be calm and happy. Often, we find our mind changes according to our circumstances.
Meditation allows us to maintain a stable, happy mind even when we meet with bad conditions.
 

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