Guided Meditation Online

with Shastri Tessa Watt

May 4th

Date details +
  • £5 Suggested Donation
Room: Online Via Zoom

Monday and Wednesday Group Meditation Sessions Have Gone Virtual!

During this period while the Shambhala Centre is closed, we will be offering online Meditation sessions on Zoom led by senior teachers and meditation instructors.  

There will be a session of guided meditation and we will practice together for about 20 minutes.  After that there will be a talk or reading relevant to our current situation.  

This week Shastri Tessa Watt will talk about the body as our gateway to wakefulness. When we come to meditation or mindfulness we might think that it’s mainly about the mind - and yes, becoming familiar with our patterns of mind is part of the journey. But the bedrock of our practice is the body: learning or re-learning how to be fully embodied. We will look at the role of the body in meditation practice, and explore this experientially through guided practice and discussion. 

After the session has finished we will remain open for half an hour for people to gather socially.  Depending on how many people there are we may break into smaller groups.

Join us online via Zoom*.  Please use this link

This session will run from 7.30pm to 8.30pm, Zoom opens at 7.20pm

 

These sessions are completely free. However, this time of closure is very challenging for the Centre's financial survival, so if you can afford it a suggested donation of £5 (or more if you are inspired) would be gratefully received.  
 

Click here to Donate

 

 

Contact [email protected] for more information.

 

* Zoom is a very good online conferencing software which you can access by either downloading the software onto your computer or just clicking the link above and accessing through your web browser.  If you choose to download Zoom onto your device, they have a free account option, or subscription accounts available so this does not have to cost you any  money. More information and help on how to use Zoom available here

 

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