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Mindful Living Meditation

Mindful Living Meditation

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  • Tue 10 Oct ’17, 7:30pm – 8:45pm
  • Tue 17 Oct ’17, 7:30pm – 8:45pm
  • Tue 24 Oct ’17, 7:30pm – 8:45pm
  • Tue 31 Oct ’17, 7:30pm – 8:45pm


The Seminar Room - Lopdell House, 418 Titirangi Road, Titirangi


All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $15.00

4-week Mindfulness series.

Training in mindfulness and meditation have been understood by Buddhist practitioners for centuries to be the key to a happy and fulfilling life. These practices are not confined to when we are sitting down, but can be integrated into every aspect of our life – becoming the foundation for everything we think, say and do.

Week One – Introduction to Mindful Living:
This class will introduce what mindfulness is and how we can start to integrate it into our daily life.

Week Two – Authentic Generosity:
Giving or generosity is a powerful and beneficial habit that we can easily integrate into our daily interactions with others. This does not mean simply giving materially, but cultivating a genuine attitude of generosity that leads to an experience of inner wealth and fulfilment

Week Three – Mindfulness & Self-Control:
The practice of being able to control one’s own body, speech and mind is an essential foundation for a happy life and a successful meditation practice. This class will make the pure disciplines taught by Buddha accessible to the modern practitioner and provide practical tools to help us kick our bad habits.

Week Four – A fresh approach to Problems:
Learn a fresh approach to the challenges we face in our everyday lives and cultivate a mind that is as strong as a mountain and as calm as the depths of an ocean.

You do not have to attend all of the classes, each class is self contained. No previous experience required, no special clothing.

Everyone is welcome!

Drop in at any time or Register for Online Booking here: https://goo.gl/nSnqxj

About the Teacher: Anastasia Dailianis:
STAS is a working mother with two small children. She has a background in the performing arts, psychology and public sector project management – all of which give her many opportunities to put Buddha’s teachings into practice. Through her practical teaching style, Stas uses examples from her own experience to show how relevant and applicable Buddha's advice is for our modern lives.

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