San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Four Monday evenings.
This four-week course is about finding your own way in the practice of meditation.
It will be tailored to the needs of the participants.
The course provides a context to talk about your own practice of meditation, to clarify what is happening in your meditation and to learn from each other.
We will go into areas such as recognising tendencies and hindrances in meditation, and how to find ways to respond to and deal with these.
Some issues to be addressed are:
How to move forward when you feel stuck?
How to use your intuition in meditation?
When to decide your don’t need more input or to learn more methods, but to go deeper with what you already know?
How to find inspiration when your meditation is feeling flat?
We will also explore short and long-term intentions in meditation.
At the end of the course you should have the confidence in your ability to practise independently, making creative use of the tools and methods you learnt.
This course is for people who have completed an introduction to meditation course at our centre, or for those who have a similar level of experience in meditation and know the mindfulness of breathing and the metta bhavana practice.
Contact the centre if you want to find out if this course would be suitable for you.
When & Where
West London Buddhist Centre
Meditation and Western Buddhism in West London since 1976. The WLBC is linked to a wider movement called the Triratna Buddhist Community.