To Sunday 16 May 2021 - 07:00pm
We announce our third part of our Meditation for Daily Life series taking place 14-16 May. Please find details below and we look hope to see you soon online! 14
This six part modular training is aimed at helping us to bring greater conscious awareness into our daily lives by learning different approaches to meditation. Having greater presence and awareness regarding the movements of our mind, our emotions and the motivation behind our actions, has many essential benefits: it shines a light into our inner existence by gradually introducing a new level of clarity into our perception of the world, thereby helping to dissolve personal confusion and distress. Becoming more familiar with ourselves through this process of self-discovery can help us to live a more meaningful, happier life and also enable us to bring benefit to others. The whole training will be in 6 modules, where one module takes place over a long weekend every two months, with suggested 'homework' and refresher sessions in between.
This course is via Zoom / Registration required
Payment is based on the Principle of Generosity
Schedule below is UK (GMT) time
FRENCH, CZECH AND SPANISH TRANSLATION AVAILABLE
Module 3: Calming the Mind
In this third module, we will explore different methods and approaches to finding a calm state of mind. One of the benefits of discovering a relaxed mental state is that it helps to progress our meditation practice especially when combined with presence and awareness. We will examine the purpose of each of these methods as well as their goal, and why the calm state is so fundamental to meditation, especially for beginners. Individual problems and difficulties in maintaining a calm state will also be introduced in the context of practice experiences. This module will include both explanation and practice of the calm state, as well as its application to daily life.
Friday 14th May 5pm – 7pm: ‘Introducing the Calm State in Meditation’ with Lukas Chmelik
Saturday 15th May 9.30am -11am: 'Being Present & Aware in Calming the Mind' with Fabio Risolo
Saturday 15th May 2.30pm - 4pm: 'Practice Experiences & Defects’ with Stoffelina Verdonk
Sunday 16th May 9.30am -11am: 'Finding the Calm State' with Monica Gentile
Sunday 16th May 2.30pm - 4pm: 'Calm & Movement in Daily Life' with Gabriella Schneider
NOTE*: there are follow up meditation sessions every Sunday morning in connection with the 3rd module ‘Calming the Mind’.
NOTE**: Module 4 will take place on July 16-18th: ‘The Three Doors: Body, Voice & Mind’
Shang Shung UK Event produced in collaboration with Dzamling Gar & the AtiYoga Foundation