Learn how to develop and improve your concentration, overcome your distractions and cultivate your ability to concentrate in meditation.
Concentration is the nature of a peaceful mind. When our mind is concentrated it is relaxed, peaceful, alert and we feel happy. When meditating, the degree to which we can concentrate determines the effectiveness of our meditations. Therefore, in meditation, as in everyday life, the ability to overcome distractions is very important.
In this short course you will learn how to develop and improve your concentration, how to overcome your distractions and how to cultivate your ability to concentrate through training in meditation. You will also learn how mindfulness, alertness and concentration work together to improve your mental peace and well-being.
Through cultivating your concentration, you will be able to accomplish all your goals more easily, calmly and effectively.
16th August – Concentration Toolkit
23rd August – The Mindfulness Method
30th August – Strong Focus, Inner Clarity
These weekly meditation classes include 2 guided meditations and a practical teaching on how to apply the ancient wisdom of Buddha’s teachings to busy modern life.
The classes are run as courses but you don't need to attend the full course and can just come along to individual classes as you wish.
Everyone is welcome.
These classes are taught by the Resident Teacher Gen Kelsang Nyingpo. She has a wealth of experience having been ordained as a Buddhist nun for 25 years and taught for many years internationally. Her teachings are warm and inspiring and she understands the challenges people face in their lives, offering practical advice and solutions for the modern world.