Kapiti • Daytime Class
- Day: Wednesdays
- Rachael SteeleMeditation Teacher
Rachael is a heartfelt Buddhist practitioner who has been studying Buddha’s teachings and practising meditation for many years. As a mother in a modern busy world she has a skilful way of making meditation accessible and relevant in our everyday lives and is known for her joyful and sincere presentation of Buddha’s teachings.
Kapiti • Daytime Class
COVID-19: Important Information At Level 2
Seating is more limited than usual at our classes and we encourage pre-registration to secure your place. Booking available below. Visit our COVID Update page for more information. Due to requirements from the Aquatic Centre it is mandatory to wear a mask while attending this class.
Please note that the final class for 2022 was on December 12. Check back early next year to find out when classes will resume for 2023.
Suitable for everyone, these walk-in classes offer practical methods to help everyone find inner peace, happiness and well-being through meditation and Buddhist wisdom. Each class is self-contained so you can drop-in any week. Beginners welcome. No booking required.
A different topic, or series, is taught every few weeks. See below for topics and dates.
Afterwards, there is an opportunity for questions and refreshments.
Cost & Payment Info
We accept cash and online bank transfer.
Topics & Dates
Learn meditations that empower you to take back control of your mind and overcome procrastination.
In this series, we will learn how to set up a daily meditation practice for a happy life and stable self-esteem, how to energize and uplift the mind, and find direction in our life.
On this course we will explore practical methods for improving and transforming our relationships with our family, friends, colleagues and others. Through practising the meditations taught on this course, we can learn to let go of painful minds towards others and replace them with minds of loving kindness and patience that bring real joy and inner peace.
Inner peace and contentment are elusive. We restlessly seek something or someone to bring us the happiness we long to experience.
In this series we will use Buddha’s timeless wisdom, to guide us towards unravelling the mechanisms in our mind that cause us to experience painful feelings of dissatisfaction and craving. We will explore clear and compelling methods to develop stable and enduring peace of mind.
Happiness and suffering are feelings – parts of our mind – and so their main causes are not to be found outside the mind. In this series we will gain a deep insight into our mind and discover how an understanding of its nature and functions can be used practically in everyday experience to improve our lives.
Venue & Parking
The class is held at the Coastlands Aquatic Centre. There is a parking lot in front of the Aquatic Centre.
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