Mindfulness & Happiness
Join us on Thursday, 18th February, for a live class on mindfulness and happiness.
Our favourite part of our day is usually those quieter, calm moments – such as having our morning coffee, going for a walk, or reading. This is because, in these moments, we are giving our mind a break from being caught up in the turbulence of distraction and noise. Instead, we are mindfully present with whatever we’re doing, which brings about an inner calm and a feeling of well-being and contentment.
During this class, we will discover how it is possible to train our mind to be mindfully present with every part of our day. Instead of being caught up in the worry and stress, we can have an open, calm, joyful presence throughout our day and with everyone we meet. In this way, we cultivate genuine happiness and well-being from within, and sustain this no matter what happens.
About the seminar
Everyone is welcome to join this live webinar, which will be hosted on Google Meet on Thursday, 18th February, from 7-8.15pm.
The session will consist of an inspiring talk on mindfulness and happiness, guided meditations, and a chance to ask any questions.
There is no need to prepare anything special – just find a quiet, comfortable place where you will not be disturbed.
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Prices & Booking
Pre-booking is essential.
Standard Rate – Suggested donation is £5 for this seminar.
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.
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.