Meditation for Beginners (3-week course)
Learn How to Meditate and Find Peace of Mind
During this three-week course aimed at beginners, we will go through the hows and whys of meditation. Combining theory and practice, you will be guided in an array of different meditations, get hints and tips from an experienced meditator, and receive guidance on any issues and blockages you experience.
Sometimes it feels like we have so little control over our mind. Because of this, we experience strong ups and downs and this gets in the way of our happiness and peace of mind. If we want to be truly happy and find some freedom from painful feelings, we must learn how to control our mind.
Meditation is a way of calming the mind, bringing it under control, and developing a positive approach to life. The benefits can be far-reaching; improving our physical and mental health, our relationships, and our way of viewing the world and dealing with difficulties.
About the course
This course will consist of 3 x 1.5hr sessions, delivered Live via Google Meet on Saturday mornings, 10-11.30am from Saturday, 27th February 2021 to Saturday, 13th March 2021.
We encourage you to attend all sessions live, to interact with the rest of the group, make friends, and share in the discussion sessions.
The sessions are a mixture of dharma talks, guided meditations, meditation tips, and group discussion.
There is no need to prepare anything special – just find a quiet, comfortable place where you will not be disturbed.
✔ 3 sessions with retreat leader, David Johnson
✔ Guided meditations which are easy to follow and can be practised at home.
✔ Dharma talks – exploring the theory behind meditation and the hows and whys.
✔ A chance to discuss with others and ask questions
✔ Access to an exclusive Facebook Group for support and interaction with the Sangha.
✔ Lifetime access to the 3-week course online
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Prices & Booking
Pre-booking is essential.
Standard Rate – Suggested donation is £15 for the full 3-week course. All proceeds go towards the development of future programs and our vision for The Samadhi Retreat Centre. Teachers do not receive any payment for leading group retreats at Samadhi.
NHS Workers – We are pleased to offer a £5 discount for NHS workers. Please choose the NHS Workers option below. Please note, we may contact you for evidence of your ID badge.
We believe that no-one should be excluded because of low income. Please contact us here if you would like to apply for a funded place. If you would like to support our vision of making these teachings as accessible as possible, please consider making a donation, supporting future groups, events & retreats. Interested to know why there is a charge for this event and what happens to profits? Read here.
David JohnsonContemplative, Meditator, Founder of SamadhiDavid (also known as Dassetu, in Pali simply meaning ‘one who points out or shows’) is an experienced contemplative and meditator who has studied the mind, meditation, and Buddhism for several years. David has taught classes and workshops internationally. His teachings and retreats are clear and practical, with a warm, pragmatic and humorous approach. Coming from his own experience, he wishes to help people access the meditations and practices which have transformed his and others lives for generations.