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Simply Meditation - with Lama Zangmo - in-person only

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From 16 July 2022 we will open this session all day for your silent meditation practice.

This is an opportunity to spend time in silent meditation practice. Getting together with fellow practitioners gives strength and is an ideal environment where those who would like to sit more than they currently do, can be supported by the group endeavour of like-minded meditators.

The emphasis will be on silent meditation, focusing on the breath, and walking meditation.  It will be assumed that participants have already had some instructions, although Lama Zangmo might give brief instructions.

Sessions are open to all and there is no need to book in advance. Participants are welcome to join in as many sessions as they wish, however, once a session has started, it is not possible to join. The only requirement is to arrive before the start of a session.

Schedule

Morning Schedule
      • 9.30am - 10.30am - Shinay Meditation 
      • 10.30am - 11.00am - Break
      • 11.00am - 12.30pm (sitting and walking meditation)
      • 12:30pm - 2pm - Lunch Break
Afternoon timetable WHEN IT IS A SATURDAY
      • 2.15pm - 3:30pm (sitting and walking meditation)
      • 3.30pm - 4.00pm – Break
      • 4pm - 4.45pm (sitting and walking meditation)
Afternoon timetable WHEN IT IS A SUNDAY
      • 2.15pm - 3:30pm (sitting and walking meditation)
      • 3.30pm - 4.00pm – Break
      • 4pm - 4.15pm Light offering in the courtyard
      • 4.15pm - 5pm (sitting and walking meditation)


*People are welcome to join for any or all of the sessions.*

 

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