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WHEN

Every Weekday Morning
11.00am – 11.30am





WHERE

Online

Cost

£5 for the week/ Free for Members

Live-Streamed

Morning Meditations

with James

Please join us for our live streamed half hour morning meditations from 11.00 until 11.30AM every week-day morning.

During these times of so much uncertainty its easy to feel unsettled, anxious, frustrated and bored. A regular meditation practice is a pro-active way to keep your mind calm and positive. 

In these sessions our resident teacher James will guide a relaxing 15 minute meditation. Before the meditation he will give some practical advice about how to meditate and how to maintain the peace of meditation through the practice of mindfulness. These sessions are suitable for beginners and more experienced meditators alike.

DATES

 

Week 1st – 5th June  BOOK HERE

All live meditation classes are available to the people of Kent and East Sussex area, to find your local centre please visit kadampa.org

Please Note: You’ll find the webinar link for this course on the confirmation order of your booking on the ‘Additional Information’ section at the bottom.

 

Membership

Becoming a member is the most economical way to enjoy all our classes, courses and events. If you attend classes regularly, your membership will represent substantial savings versus paying for individual classes. Membership provides the opportunity to deepen your meditation practice and find solutions to the challenges of daily life.  For more information about our Membership scheme, please see Fees and Membership section

Class Format

what to expect

Guided Meditation

Each class begins with guided breathing meditation to help let go of distractions and settle the mind into an experience of inner peace.

 

Buddhist Teaching

The teacher will then give practical advice, based on the topic of the class, explaining how we can integrate Buddha’s timeless wisdom into our busy daily lives.

Teacher

The Morning Classes are
led by Resident Teacher of
Jampel Centre,
James Baskerville.