Meditation is a way of calming the mind, bringing it under control, and developing a positive approach to life. During this three-week course, aimed at beginners, we will go through the hows and whys of meditation.
Join us for an online seminar on January 21 at 7pm on overcoming anxiety using the natural abilities of the mind, body and breath.
During this course, we will be cultivating our heart and minds through the practices of The Four Immeasurables, bringing joy into our lives, countering any loneliness or despair, and deepening our connection with others.
Join us for our 5-week ‘Becoming Bulletproof: Emotional Resilience’ course – all about cultivating a profound sense of mental and emotional balance and learning to experience and govern our emotions in a healthy, dynamic way.
Free online guided meditation group every Sunday. These sessions include a guided meditation, a short talk on our practice of the week, and some time for group discussion. There is no need to commit to every week, you can drop-in whenever you wish.
During this day retreat we will explore in theory and practice a range of methods for developing meditative quiescence, or shamatha – an extraordinary state of mental and physical balance which unlocks the full power of the mind.
During this day retreat, we will be cultivating our heart and minds through the practices of The Four Immeasurables. These practices open the heart and bring joy into our lives, countering any imbalances in the way we view ourself, and deepening our relationships with others.
Take a break and join us for a refreshing and relaxing day retreat. Whether you are working too hard, dealing with stress, or simply need some time to pause from the pressures of everyday life, this soothing day retreat will help you on your way to developing exceptional mental health and wellbeing and experience the genuine wellbeing that comes from having a wonderfully balanced and healthy mind.
Have you ever wondered whether you were using the words mindfulness or meditation correctly? It’s no surprise as there is a lot of confusion over the terms mindfulness and meditation, with some people using them interchangeably, and some people using the term mindfulness meditation. Because of this, one thing people often ask is: are mindfulness and meditation the same thing?