Peace of mind and heart
led by Nick Carroll
“There are dozens of meditation techniques, but it all comes down to this - just let it all be.”
– Ajahn Chah
Our days of practice are an opportunity to slow down, be still and experience the sensations, emotions, and thought processes that arise in consciousness, and their relationship with each other. Not only can we observe all these phenomena, but we can also reflect on where it all arises, which brings us closer to the heart of our practice – Awareness itself – where we can wake up to Peace of Mind and Heart
You can download the programme from here
Structure to the day
The day will start with an optional early morning sitting meditation. You can start joining us at 6am and the morning puja and meditation will be from 6.30-7.30am. Then we will have a break for breakfast and restart the main programme for the day at 9.15am which will start with a short orientation talk at 9.25 am. The day finishes at 4.30pm.
The day includes periods of guided and silent meditation practice with a break around midday, followed by reflections on the theme and Q & A.
Those new to Buddhism or to this tradition are welcome.
Booking is required for online Days of Practice during these times of social distancing. We will email you an online registration form few days before the day. Please let us know your email address if you would like to receive it, email@example.com.
Joining on the day and further guidance
Further instructions on online days of practice can be found here. If you have further questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note that our events are not intended as a treatment for mental health conditions. Meditation and periods of silence can be experienced by some as quite challenging. If you have any concerns that you might be detrimentally affected by participating in one of our day events or retreats, please discuss your concerns with a relevant mental health professional before registering.
Should you experience any difficulties whilst participating in one of our events and require support, please contact a relevant mental health professional as we are not able to offer support through a crisis online.