Meditation classes in Maidenhead
5 ways to detox your mind
Wednesday’s 7.00-8.00pm ¦ April 19, 26, May 3, 10 17
Whole course £30 / £9 each session (drop in) / free with membership
Free your mind – not just your body! Learn how to use meditation to flush negative thoughts and emotions.
Detox your mind and discover the inner causes of tension, stress and unpeaceful thoughts.
Learn how to clear your mind of clutter and replace negative states of mind with a more positive and peaceful outlook.
During this course, Buddhist Monk Kelsang Dorchen will explain three practical methods and guide meditations allowing you to experience a mental detox.
19th April: Breaking bad habits
26th April: Freedom from craving
3rd May: Dealing with difficulties
10th May: Gaining freedom from jealousy
17th May: Coping with uncertainty
How to be more focussed
Wednesday’s 7.00-8.00pm ¦ June 7, 14, 21 and 28
Whole course £24 / £9 each session (drop in) / free with membership
Learn how to develop and improve your concentration, overcome your distractions and cultivate your ability to concentrate in meditation.
Concentration is the nature of a peaceful mind. When our mind is concentrated it is relaxed, peaceful, alert and we feel happy.
When meditating, the degree to which we can concentrate determines the effectiveness of our meditations. Therefore, in meditation, as in everyday life, the ability to overcome distractions is very important.
In this short course you will learn how to develop and improve your concentration, how to overcome your distractions and how to cultivate your ability to concentrate through training in meditation. You will also learn how mindfulness, alertness and concentration work together to improve your mental peace and well-being.
Through cultivating your concentration, you will be able to accomplish all your goals more easily, calmly and effectively.
Buddist Monk Kelsang Dorchen will teach this course.
· Discover the power of a concentrated mind
· How increasing mindfulness can improve your well-being
· Learn methods to prevent persistent distractions
June 7th: Concentration Toolkit
June 14th: The Mindfulness Method
June 21st: Strong Focus, Inner Clarity
June 28th: Mindfulness training for daily life
Buddhist monk Kelsang Dorchen Teaches this course.
Meditation is becoming increasingly recognized as an effective means to reduce stress and improve our quality of life, however it also has much deeper and far-reaching benefits that have been understood by Buddhist practitioners for thousands of years.
The benefits of meditation include:
– Effective means to reduce stress & anxiety
– Improves mindfulness & concentration
– Promotes a more positive approach to life
– Aids relaxation and letting go of tension
Each class consists of two guided meditations and instruction. Anyone can practice meditation and everyone is welcome to attend.