Meditation and Mindfulness for Beginners
Date: Monday 18th & 25th February, 4th, 11th & 25th March, 1st April
Time: 7.30pm – 9.30pm | Registration: 7.00pm
Cost: Your place is secured by payment of £5 Registration Fee Contributions – be as generous as is comfortable for you
Maura Twohig and Mary Daly
Ever since the Tara Centre was opened in 1996, the practice of meditation as part and parcel of everyday life has been facilitated as a “user-friendly” approach to the deepening of “healing, peace and holistic well-being” in our lives.
In recent years the practice of mindfulness, closely associated with Eastern spirituality and in particular Zen Buddhism, has put down deep roots in the West. At Tara we have always approached the teaching of meditation from a generic perspective which respects each participant’s world view and spiritual orientation.
In recent years, we have adapted our programme to include an appropriate emphasis on core elements of mindfulness within the broad canvas of the universal, age old multi-faceted generic approach to the practice of meditation which has been the context within which we offer our teaching.
Tea & Coffee provided from 7.00pm-7.30pm during Registration
“Mindfulness practice means that we commit fully
in each moment to be present;
inviting ourselves to interface with this moment in full awareness, with the intention to embody as best we can
an orientation of calmness, mindfulness,
and equanimity right here and right now.” – Jon Kabat-Zinn