Practicing for Peace: A four week course on Vipassana Meditation
A four-week course with Grahame White
At the heart of Buddha’s teaching, which he described as a “path to come out of conflict and stress”, is a practice known as Satipitthana Vipassana (Mindfulness meditation). Satipitthana is a Pali word translated as “The four foundations of mindfulness”.
These four are listed as; Mindfulness of the Body, Feelings, Mind and Mind Qualities. These four are a process of activity which when cultivated, bring about a greater awareness and understanding in our minds.
The aim of this four week course is for participants to get to know well these four foundations of mindfulness. Instruction, explanation and periods of meditation practice will be given, utilising a different one of the four each week. By the end of the course participants should have a good understanding and reliable practice, which will be useful in navigating the ups and down of everyday life.
This course will be suitable for both experienced meditators as well as newcomers to Vipassana meditation.
Tuesday Evenings 4 week class
Week One: April 13th
Week Two: April 20th
Week Three: April 27th
Week four: May 4th
Venue: Face to Face & Zoom
* There is no cost for these courses at the Buddhist Library but donations are welcome.
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Please note registration is required.