Tuesday at Calderdale Royal

Join us on Tuesdays for meditation classes that can improve the quality of your life. Seating is on chairs and there’s no need for special clothing. Each class includes guided meditations, an inspiring teaching and time for questions. There’s no need to book – just turn up!

Everyone is welcome!

at Calderdale Royal Hospital
Held in the Learning and Development Centre,
near Accident and Emergency,
Godfrey Road entrance (see map)

DIRECTIONS:
From the main A&E car park, Godfrey Road, walk back up towards the road and you’ll see the door to the Learning & Development Centre at the side of the building on your left. The door is locked at 5pm so please press the buzzer and someone will let you in.

Once in the building turn right and the class is held in the Lecture Theatre on the right-hand-side.

Tuesdays 5.45pm – 7.00pm

with Buddhist teacher Phil Elliott

£3 per class

 

Learn to Meditate

Tues 4 Sept – 2 Oct

In this 5-week series we will learn the basics of how to engage in meditation, what to meditate on, ways to overcome faults in our meditations, and methods to make our meditations more successful. These classes are suitable for all levels of experience, from complete beginners to those wishing to refresh and improve their meditation practice.

NO CLASS ON TUES 9 OCT – this is our half-term break

 

Meditations for a Happy and Meaningful Life

Tues 16 Oct – 11 Dec
Join at any time – beginners are always welcome!

In these classes we will learn meditations from the Lamrim; a special presentation of Buddha’s teachings that is a step-by-step path of self-improvement leading all the way to the enlightened mind. These meditation practices are actual methods to control our mind, experience lasting inner peace and make our lives more meaningful. If we can control our mind we can permanently stop our problems and make ourself and others truly happy. This ancient Buddhist wisdom is equally (or maybe even more!) applicable in our busy, modern lives!

The classes will then break over Christmas and New Year and begin again in January.