Meditation classes in Harrow

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Thursdays 7.30-9pm

Staying Calm When Things Go Wrong (3 weeks)
– Finding inner peace | 13 June
– The power of positive thinking | 20 June
– Making good use of adversity | 27 June

The Healing Power of Meditation (4 weeks)
– How meditation can help us | 4 July
– Diagnosing the source of our mental pain | 11 July
– Healing the mind through love | 18 July
– The art of letting go | 25 July



Course descriptions

About ‘Staying Calm When Things Go Wrong’
In these classes we learn how we can stop responding with a negative mind when things go wrong. Instead we will come to see our difficulties as opportunities for inner growth and development. In this way we will be able to remain happy and peaceful even in the face of serious adversity.

About ‘The Healing Power of Meditation’
In this course we discover how we can permanently heal our mental pain through meditation, and find a real source of happiness and well being inside our own mind.

What to expect
Classes are offered seated on chairs. Each class is self-contained and includes an initial breathing meditation, a talk and a second meditation. There is time for discussion, to ask questions and for advice on how to improve your practice of meditation at the end of each class. You can either book your ticket in advance or pay when you arrive. Everyone is welcome.

Book Tickets

Harrow Quaker Meeting House, 456 Rayners Lane, London, HA5 5DT
Directions:

By London Undergound
Exit Rayners Lane Underground station (Metropolitan & Piccadilly line) and walk around the Newsagent to your left. Stay left on Rayners Lane and walk down past the parade of shops. At the traffic lights at the bottom of the road cross over the lights and keep on walking beyond the parade of shops. You will pass, on your right-hand-side, a road called The Close and small patch of green. The Friends Meeting House is just beyond the green, between The Close and Farm Avenue.

Parking
Parking is available at the venue and there is free on-street parking in the resident parking bays in the evenings.