Meditation is a means of transforming the mind. Buddhist meditation practices include techniques that encourage and develop concentration, clarity, emotional positivity, and a calm view of the true nature of things. By participating in meditation practice, you can learn the patterns and habits of your mind, and this offers a means of cultivating new ways of being more positive.
The Buddha expresses, in the Dhammapada, that "The trained mind brings happiness." Buddhist Meditation calms the turbulence of the mind and allows us to mould it into more sublime states of consciousness.
This class shall be conducted entirely in English by an experienced practitioner.
Do you want to find out what meditation is?
If you have never tried meditation, you can do so in this open class. To attend, you just need to arrive 10 minutes before the start of the class. It is not necessary to have any experience or to book in advance ... just turn up!
What will we do in the session?
In our open meditation classes we alternate two types of practices:
Anapanasati or Mindfulness of Breathing.
Metta Bhavana or the Cultivation of Loving-Kindness
Fridays :: presentially at the Centro Budista Triratna de Valencia from 12:30 to 13:30.
C/ de Albocácer, 25, Benimaclet.
The suggested donation is € 5 - € 8. You can make the contribution when you arrive at the class, at the reception of the centre. You can do it in cash or through Bizum.
COVID measures protocol
Hygiene Protocol for Attendees
To attend the centre, the following requirements applicable to all people are mandatory:
Absence of symptoms compatible with Covid-19 (fever, cough, shortness of breath, malaise, diarrhoea).
No cohabitants or close contacts with confirmed positive or compatible symptoms in the previous 10 days.
Centre Access Protocol
The use of a mask is mandatory for access to the centre.
It is mandatory to use hydroalcoholic gel to disinfect your hands when entering the centre.
The safety distance of 1.5m will be kept if there is someone already inside the centre.