The Art of Meditation
, starting 3rd September for 5 weeks
Dissatisfied with the prospect of a life without some deeper meaning? Blown away by the wonder of existence? Something in the quintessential image of the Buddha seated in meditation which speaks to your heart? Or just needing some guidance with your meditation practice?
If you’ve been meditating for any length of time, and the above concerns speak to you in some way or other, join this 5 week course to provide practical guidance which will help you stabilise and reorient your practice while at the same time enabling you to reignite the fires of your inspiration and see the bigger picture, so critical to this journey.
Using symbol, image, the spoken word, music, poetry and guided meditation, Prakashika and Nandavani will collaborate to share their love and experience of the practice of meditation. You will venture into the heights and depths of your mind and explore the terrain of freedom and insight through the art of meditation.
“An image of a kingly eagle gliding high in space:
Were one’s mind to glide without grasping
In the space of truth itself clear and void,
- from a poem by the 7th Dalai Lama
This is a 5 week course. Spaces are limited, and booking in advance is required. The cost for the whole course is $100 (or a concession rate of $75 for people who were unwaged).
|3rd September||The Art of Relaxation – Sitting with an open, sky-like mind|
|10th September||The Art of Awareness – Precision, clarity and application|
|17th September||The Art of the Heart – Cultivating skilful volition|
|24th September||The Art of a Meditative Life – Practice off the cushion|
|1st October||The Art of Wisdom – What it’s all about|
Frequently Asked Questions
Is it okay if I can't make every week?
The cost covers the entire course, and it is best to come every week. If you'd like to come but there is one or two weeks you can't make, please contact us before booking.
What should I wear?
There are no special requirements, just whatever is comfortable to sit in.
Do I need to be a Buddhist?
No - the course is suitable for everyone who wants to go deeper with their meditation practice.