Online in-depth meditation courses with Gen Nyingpo
AVAILABLE NOW ¦ 3-week meditation course
Course fee £15 / free with membership
Study in-depth the unique meditations from ‘How to Solve our Human Problems’ by Geshe Kelsang Gyatso.
The Programme consists of a dynamic combination of guided meditation, and teaching, all aimed at enabling students to develop their daily practice and become skilful meditation practitioners.
- Improve your meditation through regular practice
- Explore in depth how to apply Buddhist wisdom practically in daily life
- Experience profound personal transformation
FROM APRIL 21 ¦ 6-week meditation course
Course fee £30 / free with membership
Study in-depth the practical meditations from ‘Meditation Handbook’ by Geshe Kelsang Gyatso.
The Programme consists of a dynamic combination of guided meditation and teaching, all aimed at enabling students to develop their daily practice and become skilful meditation practitioners.
Available April 21 – 27 – What is meditation
During this class Gen Nyingpo will explain in-depth all about meditation: analytical and placement meditation, how to perceive the object of meditation clearly and make progress to gain deeper levels of experience or realisation. We will learn how to use different methods to help our meditation bring results – using logical reasoning, analogies and personal experience. During this class, Gen Nyingpo will refer to the chapter “What is meditation” in the text Joyful Path of Good Fortune.
Available April 28 – May 4 – Our Precious Human Life
Using the instructions in Meditation Handbook, Gen Nyingpo will explain how contemplating how our human life is precious, rare and immensely meaningful we are able to encourage ourself to practice Dharma.
Available May 5 – 11 – Impermanence and death
Meditation on death is likened to a sledgehammer that destroys our bad mental habits or delusions. Realising the impermanent nature of things and coming to terms with our mortality has a profound effect on our mind, enabling us to deepen our spiritual practice.
Available May 12 – 18 – What happens when you die – contemplating rebirth
Learn all about the nature of mind, different levels of mind and what happens when we die. This meditation motivates us to seek the inner protection that comes from practicing Dharma.
Available May 19 – 25 – Seeking inner protection
Learn how to protect ourself from future suffering. Through relying upon Buddha’s blessings and help from Sangha we can accomplish profound Dharma realisations. This mental strength will empower and protect our mind.
Available May 26 – June 1 – Understanding Karma – the root of good qualities and happiness
Discover how we can purify our mind and create the causes (karma) for future happiness. We will consider how karma is principally created through our mental intentions and experienced in 4 different ways.
Please find a comfortable and quiet place that you consider special in your home or room. Prepare yourself before the class begins by turning off your phone, avoiding distractions, making sure you can focus on the teaching for its duration. Have a notebook to write down some of the key points of the teaching that you want to remember and integrate in your life. Enjoy!
We pray for everyone who is experiencing stress and anxiety, and especially for those who are ill. May everyone enjoy good health, peace and happiness.