Kapiti • Daytime Class

Location

Coastlands Aquatic Centre
10 Brett Ambler Way, Paraparaumu, New Zealand

Date

Mon 12 Sep
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  • Day: Mondays

Time

12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Cost

$12 | unwaged $8 | Free for Members

Teacher

  • Jane Copsey
    Jane Copsey
    Meditation Teacher

    Jane is an experienced and dedicated Kadampa practitioner and meditator, who teaches with great warmth and sincerity. Her teachings are extremely practical, making it easy for students to apply the instructions in daily life.

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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: there will be no class on Monday September 26 due to the venue being closed on that day.

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.

Class Format

Each class begins with a simple guided meditation to make the mind peaceful and let go of distractions. The teacher will then give a talk based on the class topic, and explain how we can integrate beneficial ways of thinking into our busy daily lives. The class concludes with a second meditation so that we are confident to practise on our own.

Afterwards, there is an opportunity for questions.

‘My Vaccine Pass’ Required

Our Monday daytime class is open to those who are fully vaccinated. Visit our COVID Update page for more information.

Topics & Dates

Be introduced to simple meditation and mindfulness techniques as well as practical advice on how to maintain an experience of inner peace and well-being in daily life.

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.

The best way to enjoy a happy and meaningful life is to abandon negative attitudes and to think more positively. Buddha’s teachings give us the wisdom to identify and let go of the perspectives that keep us stuck in habitual, negative patterns of thought. By developing the skill to authentically transform our mind through meditation we can change the way we view our self, others and the world around us, and in this way become more flexible, light and happy in daily life.

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