Concentration – Focusing our Attention
Amoghasiddhi Kadampa Buddhist Centre
Date: Saturday 1st October
Time: 10.00 am – 2.00 pm
Free for members
Why train in concentration?
Our mind is extremely powerful, endlessly creating our experiences, but until we develop concentration we have no means to harness our mind’s power and use it to deeply transform our life and our world.
By training in concentration, we will develop greater peace in our mind, we will have fewer distractions, we will experience greater contentment, and we will be able to focus freely on whatever we wish, creating extraordinary change in our lives.
This unique training in concentration leads us to a special quality of mind called “tranquil abiding,” a deeper level of concentration that arises through training in meditation in a systematic way over many sessions.
Tranquil abiding is a superior state of peace which brings us great power to make progress in our spiritual journey. In particular, through training in mindfulness we learn how to abide in meditation without distraction.
The day will consist of teachings, guided meditations, a vegetarian brunch and time to relax and enjoy the World Peace Café.
Everybody is welcome. This course is suitable for all levels of experience.
Gen Kelsang Yankyi is the Resident Teacher of Amoghasiddhi KBC. She has been studying and teaching Kadampa Buddhist meditations for nearly thirty years. She is loved for her gentle and joyful approach and her ability to present Buddha’s teachings in a clear and down to earth manner making them easy to practice.
Everybody is welcome. These classes are suitable for all levels of experience
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