Introduction to Buddhist meditation and teachings.
Suitable for complete beginners.
Every Thursday Evening via Zoom and streaming live on Facebook
We have just been through one of the most extraordinary times in the world’s history.
This course is based on the book “Life With Full Attention – a practical course in mindfulness”. The book is the resource workbook for the course, so each participant will need to purchase a copy in advance, either:
Reading the book as you go through the course which help you get the most out of the course.
The course is led by two experienced mindfulness practitioners, Saccattha and Suryagita.
Suryagita is an Alexander Technique teacher, psychotherapist, and experienced meditation teacher, who brings skills in integrating body, emotions and thought, and living life to the full.
Saccattha has recently returned from a retreat centre in the mountains of Spain where she lived in perfect conditions to practise the techniques. She has worked as a journalist and as a legal adviser.
For a brief intro to the course, watch this great video from Maitreyabandhu, the author of the book.
At the end of the course (4-6 September) is an optional residential weekend retreat in the tranquil countryside near Otaki to further practise the Buddha’s teaching on mindfulness through meditation and exploring the Satipatthana Sutta
To sign up go to:
|13 July||Week One: Day to Day Mindfulness|
|20 July||Week Two: Mindfulness of the body and its movements|
|27 July||Week Three: Mindfulness of Vedana (sensation)|
|3 August||Week Four: Citta (Mind )|
|10 August||Week Five: Dhammas: Bringing the teachings to mind|
|17 August||Week Six: Art, Objects, Nature|
|24 August||Week Seven: Other People|
|31 August||Week Eight: Mindfulness of Reality|
At the end of the course (4-6 September) is an optional residential weekend retreat in the tranquil countryside near Otaki to further practise the Buddha’s teaching on mindfulness through meditation and exploring the Satipatthana Sutta To sign up go to: https://wellingtonbuddhistcentre.org/retreats