A Four week online course in Buddhist Meditation: (The course has finished. Please check back for regular updates, or join our weekly meditation and Buddhism group where you can learn to regularly meditate and recieve tips for living a simpler life).
Do you want to learn how to meditate? Find out more about Buddhism and Buddhist Meditation?
Come to our English speaking, four-week-online course.
The class is in English and suitable for all levels of experience. There will be a mix of Buddhist Meditation and Dharma input.
No need to bring anything. An open mind and curiosity is enough
Each class is one and a half hours online with a short break in the middle. It will be led online by Aryapala, an Ordained Buddhist from the Triratna Buddhist Order.
UPDATE: This course has finished. Please check back as we will hold another course in the future. If you want to learn how to meditate with English guidance, please join our Monday evening class. Details here.
This course is now fully booked. If you would like to be on the waiting list, plese send an email to email@example.com with your name and number. Thanks
The course is on each Tuesday night 20:00 – 21:30 over four weeks and free of charge, but if you feel moved, any contribution between 500 – 5000 would be appreciated. We don’t want money to get in the way of your interest.
We will focus on two Buddhist meditations: ‘The Mindfulness of Breathing’ or ‘How to Cultivate the Quality of Clear Awareness’ and the ‘Metta Bhavana’ meditation, or ‘The Development of Unconditional Love’.
Buddhist meditation helps us develop a broader perspective on our lives, live more calmly and happily.
If we bring these qualities to our experience, they will help us keep our hearts and minds open. It will help us to remain more aware, more present in the moment, and face difficulties in a more creative way.
Each week there will be introductions to Buddhist meditation and small discussion groups. Throughout the week you will have meditation exercises to do at home with the help of pre recorded meditations and an outline of each topic.
To reserve a place (limited to 12 people) or, if you have any questions about the course, please fill in the form provided. We will send you the zoom link once we’ve recieved your reservation.
For more information on Meditation Tokyo or Buddhism Tokyo, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or find us on Line: Tokyo Triratna Group.
My hut lies in the middle of a dense forest;
Every year the green ivy grows longer.
No news of the affairs of men,
Only the occasional song of a woodcutter.
The sun shines and I mend my robe;
When the moon comes out I read Buddhist poems.
I have nothing to report, my friends.
If you want to find the meaning, stop chasing after so many things.
Zen Buddhist Master Ryokan