Mainly Meditation Mornings at Kagyu Ling
Mainly Meditation mornings continue at Kagyu Ling throughout 2022. So if you’re interested in learning how to meditate, why not come along?
All are welcome – whether are you are new to meditation and Buddhism, or have been practising for some time. You can attend any or all of the sessions and there is no need to book in advance.
The Mainly Meditation Mornings offer an opportunity to learn the simple technique of calm abiding meditation, and practise in short sessions with others.
The sessions take place on Saturdays: 18 June; 6 August; 3 September; 8 October; 5 November; 17 December 2022.
Programme for Mainly Meditation Mornings
9.30am: 16 Arhats sadhana. You must have had the reading transmission (lung) to join in the 16 Arhats prayers, but anyone who has taken refuge is welcome to sit in. The sadhana will also be zoomed so people can join online: 16 Arhats zoom.
Please note that the meditation sessions will not be zoomed.
10.30 to 11.30am: first session of calm-abiding samatha meditation. You will be given an explanation of how to settle the mind with this simple practice.
12 noon to 1pm: second session of calm-abiding meditation.
If you are new to meditation and Buddhism, you may prefer to start with the 10.30 meditation session.
No lunch will be provided but there will be an opportunity to socialise in the breaks between sessions.
- Meditation at Kagyu Ling Buddhist Centre
- Meditation classes in the north west
- Visit What’s On for dates and times of all sessions