Teacher

Susan Tait

SCHEDULE

Saturday 4 September

10 am – 11.15 am: Teaching and Meditation

12 – 1.15 pm: Teaching and Meditation

  • DAY & TIME

    Saturday, September 4th

    10am – 11.15am

    12pm – 1.15pm

  • The Peace of Concentration

    Nowadays we have so many distractions that it is rare to enjoy even a few moments of mental peace. However, by learning how to train in concentration, we will be able to keep a peaceful, focused, flexible and open mind even during our busiest days. With this new found concentration we will be able to significantly improve our meditation experience and overall inner peace, happiness and well being. In this workshop Susan will explain a special and proven meditation training known as tranquil abiding training, that will enable anyone to accomplish these goals. Whether we are an experienced meditator or new to meditation, this workshop will greatly help us to improve the quality and enjoyment of our meditation practise, concentration and life in general.

  • HOW TO ATTEND

    This event will be available both in person and online.

  • PRICE

    Free for Silver, Gold & Platinum Members

    £20 (£15 for early bird)

    Registration required
    • For a more economical option learn about our memberships here
    • **If you are experiencing financial challenges and unable to afford the class, please pop us an email to see how we might be able to help.  events@meditateinbrighton.com
    • Our classes are intended for people residing in our local area (Sussex). If you reside elsewhere look here https://kadampa.org/map as you may just find a class in your local area.

  • BOOKING

    When you sign up, you will receive an email with the link to the live class. After the class is finished you can use the same link to access the recording of the class which will remain valid for 7 days. If you don’t receive an email, please check in your junk box as it may have landed there!
    If you need help with anything please email events@meditateinbrighton.com

    In Person Attendance

    Online Attendance