ABOUT THIS EVENT
Buddhism is a life philosophy, which opens the door to view your inner world with greater awareness, understanding and appreciation of life’s experiences.
This non-belief based approach assists in seeing how the mind works and helps you to ease suffering and tension.
The key practices of mindfulness and meditation allow investigation into the mind more consciously, helping to identify and address obstacles to freedom with a deeper sense of connection and contentment.
This allows you to live from a space where you are less reactive and more aware of your thoughts and feelings. You are able to respond with less resistance and greater clarity.
Join us for a 4-week course exploring Buddhist understandings and practices. You will be guided through meditative practices, reflections and discussions on how to reduce suffering and live a happier life.
We will be investigating a variety of subjects each week, including:
- The causes of suffering
- Living peacefully with contentment
- Reducing stress and worry
- Happiness and its causes
Find inner peace, contentment and profound connectedness in your life through these transformative understandings and practices.
You are warmly welcomed and invited to come along!
OTHER INFORMATION & BENEFITS OF ATTENDING
PRICE & TIMING
$79 per person (for 4 weeks)
+ Eventbrite Booking Fee
17 November 2020 – 8 Dec 2020
6:00pm – 7:15pm
64 Canns Road, Bedfordale WA 6112
0418 229 662
Location: 64 Canns Road, Bedfordale WA 6112
Phone: 0418 229 662
ABOUT THE FACILITATOR
Tai Chi Instructor / Mindfulness Facilitator
Tosh is a dedicated practitioner of mindfulness and meditation. Realising the benefits of being in touch with inner stillness and silence, he loves to share his passion for meditation with others. He is devoted to living a life of service.
Tosh is a mathematics and physics teacher who has found mindfulness to be an invaluable part of his life. He has completed the Mindfulness Training course at Restful Waters and is currently training to become a mindfulness teacher for school children.