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MANTRA

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A new livestream/recording course!
Learn seven meditation mantras to bring great power and increased concentration to your meditation practice.

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Description

MANTRAS
Transform our Meditations

Mantra is a Sanskrit word which means ‘mind protection’. Through the verbal and mental recitation of mantras we can swiftly increase the positivity energy within our mind. During this seven month online course we’ll learn seven meditation mantras to bring great power and increased concentration to our meditation practice.

Each month there will a two hour session delivered on the Zoom platform or you can follow with the recordings if you miss the livestream.

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The Meditation Mantra.
Learn a powerful meditation practice that can transform your mind
Recording available

The Mantra of Compassion
Increase your compassion and connection
Recording available

The Mantra of Purification
Clearing the negative energy in the mind
Recording available

The Mantra of Loving-Kindness
Increasing our loving kindness and quick wisdom
Recording available

The Mantra of Wisdom
Increasing our insight and clarity of mind
Sunday August 14th

The Mantra of Healing
Increasing our ability to heal the body and mind
Sunday September 11th

The Mantra of Knowledge
Increasing our understanding of reality
Sunday October 16th

Format of the morning.
10am-10.50am – Session 1
Tea Break
11.10am-12pm – Session 2

Take the entire series or attend a session that’s of interest.
If you miss the start date and still wish to take the series you can catch up with the online recording.

Livestreamed and recorded:
Entire course: £62 / Individual sessions: £10

 

What happens in each session

Session 1:
10am-10.50am
Introduction with Adam from Mindspace
Guided Meditation
Talk
Guided Meditation

Tea Break

Session 2:
11.10-12pm
Introduction with Adam from Mindspace
Guided Meditation
Talk
Guided Meditation

Conclusion and smile.

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