Book yourself one of our short courses to enjoy maximum benefits from meditation.
- Book a course and get a special reduced rate
- Learn meditation skills that give a happy mind
- Gain insight into practical meditation topics
- The classes are held at 7:30 pm
Live Purposefully, Live Mindfully
September 25, October 2, 9, 16
HMeditating on Mahayana teachings connects us to the natural joy within our mind and opens us up to recognizing and identifying with the potential for happiness, love and other good qualities that exist within each and everyone of us. This empowers us with a sense of purpose in our life, an inner drive to actualize our potential so that we can of be real benefit to our family, friends and everyone throughout our world.
Drop-in single class at standard rate $12 per person (pay cash on arrival)
Meditations on Wisdom
October 23, 30 & Nov 6
Wisdom makes our mind calm and peaceful and gives us the insight and ability to solve our own problems. It uplifts our mind when we feel down and calms us when we are tense.
On this course we learn how to develop the wisdom that understands the way things actually exist by meditating on Emptiness, Buddha's most profound teaching. This wisdom is very powerful and we will learn the practical application of these meditations so that we can experience the benefits of wisdom.
Book by 3 week course at special rate $26 per person
Winson Ang is a senior teacher at Kadampa Meditation Centre Singapore who is admired for his joyful and easy-to-understand teachings of Buddhism.
Winson’s light-hearted approach and his practical examples on how to apply Dharma to our daily life have helped many people understand how meditation is relevant to their own life.
About the Classes
Buddhist meditation is extensive and by enrolling for a course you will learn basic breathing meditation and gain insight into how to meditate on a particular topic.
All the topics are presented in a practical way so that you can understand how to use the knowledge gained in meditation to help improve your state of mind and quality of life.
The methods taught are based on Buddha’s teachings on the mind but can be practised by anyone, Buddhist or not.
There are no physical exercises or special postures involved. Participants sit on chairs to meditate.
These classes are suitable for all levels of experience and everyone is welcome.