An invitation to meditation training

I’m running a meditation course, Spacious Presence, in May, for five consecutive Mondays, starting 3 May 9:30 a.m. PT || 5:30 p.m. GMT. It’s the fourth time this year I’ve run the course and the last time I will run it until next year. I have time to offer one class at a time and later this year I’ll be running sessions on Vajrayana history, view, and methodology for Evolving Ground supporters.

My Spacious Presence Course

Each session runs for roughly two hours. We meditate together for the first 10-15 minutes, and there’s an option to get to know each other before and after the classes.

The course strongly emphasizes practice methodology. We’ll spend the time exploring a range of support methods for opening awareness. As a participant you’ll have plenty of opportunity to raise what’s relevant in your meditation. The purpose is to build confidence to apply congruent solutions in different circumstances, increase autonomy in your approach to meditating, and move away from reliance on generalized, prescriptive instruction. It’s not suitable for beginners with no, or little meditation experience.

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