Beginner’s Meditation Retreat

  • No previous experience required, everybody is welcome to join
  • Chairs and cushions provided, please wear comfortable clothes

11 April : 10am - 4pm

Take a Sunday out to cultivate your inner peace and engage in simple yet profound meditations designed to help you to keep your mind positive and peaceful in the midst of busy daily life. In this particular Beginner's Meditation Retreat we'll be exploring meditations to cultivate patience and overcome our anger.

This retreat is designed specifically with beginners in mind, so no prior meditation experience is necessary and everybody is welcome. You'll also have an option for a digital detox, where we can safe-keep your mobile or tablets for the duration of this retreat - so less external distractions for you in that a few hours.

Each meditation session will consist of a brief prayer and breathing meditation to help to make our mind positive and peaceful, followed by a short commentary to highlight the object of our meditation. We'll then engage in a guided meditation session together to allow the object of meditation to mix with our mind.

There will also be a dedicated Q&A session so that you have an opportunity to clarify any questions you have with respect to meditation and Buddhism.

 

Timetable:

10am – 11am: Teaching & Guided Meditation #1

11.30am – 12.30am: Teaching & Guided Meditation #2

[ Lunch Break ]

2pm -2.45pm: Q&A

3pm – 4pm: Teaching & Guided Meditation #3

 

** This retreat is in-person only. As our seating is limited, please book early to reserve your space.**

$50 per person.

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About the Teacher:

Kelsang Rabka was appointed as the Resident Teacher of KMC Singapore in mid-2020. He is an Australian Buddhist monk who has been studying and practising Kadampa Buddhism with Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso Rinpoche and his senior disciples for 12 years and has taught both in Australia and the UK.

The clarity and warmth in his teachings have helped many students experience the practical benefits of modern Kadampa Buddhism in their daily lives.

 

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