Would you like to:
reduce stress in your life?
recover more easily from a low mood?
get relief from a busy, overactive mind?
experience more peace?
feel a deep and enduring sense of physical, mental and emotional wellbeing?
If you answered ‘yes’ to any of the above, learning how to meditate, and knowing how to make it a regular part of your life, has the potential to help you in a profound way.
The Learn How to Meditate Course is a six-week programme in which you will be taught this powerful, transformative practice, using a simple, guided, and easy-to-follow approach.
Not only will this course teach you what meditation is, it will also enable you to experience a range of different meditation techniques so that you can decide which type of practice best suits you and your lifestyle.
By the end of the six weeks, you will have experienced the many benefits of regular practice, and decided upon a personal routine that fits your lifestyle perfectly.
Meditation is simple to learn. It can be practiced anywhere. And it has the power to bring the mind, body, emotions and spirit into complete balance, creating feelings of serenity, clarity and bliss.
The benefits of regular practice are well documented. They include:
less tension and anxiety
more resilience to stress
better mental, emotional and physical health
calmness and mental clarity
improved memory and concentration
enhanced learning ability
more harmonious relationships
higher levels of spontaneity, joy and creativity
better quality of sleep
slowdown of the biological ageing process
This meditation course is suitable for people of all ages, backgrounds and abilities, from complete beginners to those who already have some experience of meditation. It runs over a six-week period, with participants attending one 90-minute class each week. Classes are held in Norwood Green, west London (UB2).
If you are interested in joining, you will be asked to commit to 15–20 minutes of daily meditation practice in your own time.
The course is designed to be experiential in nature, allowing you to experience a number of different styles and techniques so that you can determine which ones are best suited to you. We will also cover some basic theory each week (see course content below). Handouts will be provided and, by the end of the course, you will have compiled a 72-page manual.
The next course is starting on Sunday 4th February 2019 from 11am to 12.30pm. Please sign up to my newsletter on the home page of this website for details of future courses.
“Harinder’s meditation course was brilliant! Although I’d been practicing meditation for some years, I’d never been taught how to meditate or really studied the theory of it. This course was perfect as it explained all the fundamentals, such as the importance of posture, hand positions, different types of meditation techniques, but in a way that completely fitted in with the knowledge and experience I already had. Harinder has a really clear and sensitive teaching style, which is a joy to work with, and plenty of time for all my questions! Her knowledge and authority on the subject clearly comes from her many years of dedicated personal practice. I also had some beautiful and joyful experiences during meditation for which I was grateful. I got so much out of this course; I wish I had done it sooner. I would recommend it to beginners and experienced meditators alike -there is something for everyone.”
Each session costs £20, payable by cash, cheque or bank transfer. Payment needs to be made in full at the beginning of the course. The whole course costs £120.
If you have any questions, or would like to book a place, please contact me on 07969 807934 or email@example.com.
Revolutionise your life, from the inside out. Take the first step, and give yourself the gift of learning to meditate. It will change your life.
I look forward to hearing from you.
“When you lose touch with inner stillness, you lose touch with yourself. When you lose touch with yourself, you lose yourself in the world.”
“Meditation is the gateway through which you arrive to the world of freedom.”