There are many kinds of Samatha meditation technique. This one is based on attention to the breath, a form that is particularly suitable for those looking for a way to develop meditation practice and the benefits it can bring, whilst continuing with the challenges of everyday life.
By regular practice the chattering, unruly mind gradually becomes calmer and clearer. The way our mind works becomes less confusing to us and we begin to understand the habits of mind that hold us back from happiness and freedom. We become kinder to ourselves and those around us.
Meditation is a practical matter: increased peace and awareness bring an ability to make the most of ourselves in our daily lives.
Classes are normally held weekly and provide an opportunity for group practice, discussion, talks about the Buddha's teaching and individual discussion with a teacher.
There is no charge for teaching but a contribution towards any expenses will be requested.
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