Buddhist Meditation in the Samatha Tradition

 

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Buddhist Meditation Classes In Manchester

BEGINNERS ARE WELCOME AT ANY TIME

Beginners' Meditation classes are held in Chorlton and at Manchester University.

Classes at The Manchester Centre For Buddhist Meditation in Chorlton

The Manchester Centre for Buddhist Meditation is located in Chorlton, at:

19 - 21 High Lane,
Chorlton - cum - Hardy,
Manchester,
M21 9DJ.
(map)

There are no classes on Bank Holidays.

Monday (1.30pm) – Last class 31st March – restarts 28th April 2014
Monday (8pm) – Last class 31st March – restarts 28th April 2014
Tuesday (8pm) – Last class 1st April – restarts 29th April 2014
Wednesday (8pm) – Last class 2nd April – restarts 30th April 2014
Thursday (8pm) – Last class 3rd April – restarts 1st May 2014
Saturday (11am) – Last class 5th April – restarts 3rd May 2014

Weekday evening classes begin at 7.50 for an 8 pm start. Feel free to join a class at any time.

Classes run throughout the year during school term times and you may join a class at any time during the term.  A particular teacher takes the class on a particular day of the week, and it is recommended to try to keep to the same class.  Please arrive in good time.

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Classes at  Manchester University

There is a beginners' meditation class in Meeting Room 4 in the Manchester University Students' Union Building, Oxford Road at 7:00pm on Thursdays during term time.
 

** June 2013 Classes have finished now for the summer. They will resume in September with the new academic year **

Go to www.umu.man.ac.uk/mubs/meditation.html

 for details.

The meditation practice has a number of stages to help gradually train the mind and the full course takes 6-9 months to complete. Besides the meditation technique some theory to support the development of the practice is also taught. A particular feature of this form of meditation practice is regular one-to-one meetings with the teacher to discuss individual practice and so aid progress.

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