Meditation & MODERN BUDDHISM
Tuesday evenings 7:30 – 9:00pm with Resident Teacher Kadam Neil Elliott
Self-contained classes suitable for all levels. Just drop into any class you wish, or book ahead for discount rates.
Tuesday 7 July, KARMA & MODERN LIFE
It is commonly understood that creating good karma and avoiding negative karma is the key to a happy life. But what is karma and how does it work? And more to the point how does it fit into modern life? in this class Kadam Neil will show how by meditating on our mind we can understand karma and how to live according to the laws of karma.
Venue: KMC London, 1A Ashridge Way, Morden, London SM4 4EF
Other venues: See menu opposite
Fee: £8 per class. Discounts are available when booking for multiple classes, for example 3 classes for £20, 4 classes for £25 payable on arrival. Get a further £5 off by booking in advance online.
Meditations for a meaningful life, 2 June – 21 July
These days Buddhist meditation is very popular, even among non-Buddhists. Why? It is because these meditation practices help not only to deal with day-to-day problems such as stress, anxiety, irritation, conflict, loneliness, etc but also to address deeper questions such as how to make our life meaningful, what happens when we die, how karma affects our life, how to prevent suffering and problems, how to develop a good heart, and how to realise our full potential.
This courses introduces simple meditations and powerful contemplations that cover these important issues.
These classes are based on Buddha’s teachings on the mind, but you do not need to be a Buddhist to attend, or to benefit from them. Each class consists of two guided meditations and an explanatory talk. The classes run for 90 minutes. Anyone can practise meditation and everyone is welcome to attend. There is no physical exercise involved and you can choose to sit either in a chair or on a cushion.These classes are suitable for all levels of experience.
The Teacher: Kadam Neil Elliott, is a modern Buddhist meditation teacher who has been practising meditation for over 35 years. He is greatly admired for the power and clarity of his teachings, and for his ability to help busy people integrate an effective meditation practice into their daily lives.
Way stop on Martin Way. Buses run every 7-10 minutes.
Take the 164 bus (towards Wimbledon) or 413 (towards Sutton) and get off at Ashridge Way.Train: Every 30 minutes from Wimbledon to South Merton station. Ashridge Way is just across Martin Way, turn right then second left.