Online Meditation at Heruka KMC
All meditation classes and events run by Heruka Kadampa Meditation Centre are being streamed online.
Simply select an event, complete your booking and you will receive an email which includes a link to attend the event.
All classes and most courses inclusive with membership/subscriptions, cancel any time.
Weekday meditation classes
These online weekday meditation classes are open to everyone including complete beginners. All meditations are guided and each classes includes a talk from an experienced teacher explaining how to bring the meditations into daily life.
Online study programme
Foundation Programme provides a wonderful opportunity for you to take your study and meditation practice to a deeper level.
On the current Foundation Programme, which is being taught online, students are learning about Buddha's profound wisdom teachings from the Heart Sutra, based on Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso's book, The New Heart Of Wisdom.
Everyone is welcome to join Foundation Programme, and it is usually beneficial for people first to have attended our weekday meditation classes or a weekend course or retreat. There is also the Teacher Training Programme on which a wider selection of texts are studied.
Live online pujas or chanted prayers
The online pujas, or chanted prayers, at Heruka KMC, are special methods to help purify negativity, accumulate merit and receive blessings and in this way help us to develop and maintain a positive mind. They also help us to preparate for meditation.
Everyone is welcome to attend with no previous experience necessary.
How does online meditation help?
Meditation is one of the most beneficial activities we can devote our time to and is essential if we want to live a happy, meaningful life. Like any new skill, it can take a little time to feel we are making progress, so to help us with our motivation and perseverance, here are just some of the many benefits we can expect to enjoy by attending the online meditation courses and events run by Heruka KMC:
FAQs about online meditation
Everyone is welcome
"Happiness is a part of the mind that experiences inner peace, or peace of mind, so the real source of happiness must lie within the mind, not in external conditions."
Geshe Kelsang Gyatso