Calm Abiding Meditation
Meditation has a proven record in its ability to improve health, awaken happiness and give a clear perspective on life. It enables you to identify the real causes of unhappiness and recover from stress, anxiety and tension.
Calm Abiding meditation, also known as Shamatha, is not a specifically Buddhist technique of meditation but is common to other spiritual traditions as well. Single-pointed concentrating on the breath or another suitable object of meditation is a natural process that helps you to focus better on ordinary tasks and make you become more relaxed and able to deal with the challenges of life.
Lama Choedak Rinpoche has thoroughly trained many of his students to facilitate Calm Abiding Meditation courses. Guidance is provided how to establish a regular meditation practice and how to overcome the various obstacles encountered during meditation.
Sessions facilitated by Sylvia in Eastwood (Sydney):
Mondays 8-9pm by donation
Please confirm dates on 0419 222 618
Venue: 7 Alexandria Ave, Eastwood