Meditation classes in Mill Hill

Banner for weekly classes

Discover practical ways to maintain a positive and peaceful mind at these drop-in classes

Mondays 12.30-1.15pm

Please note: classes in Mill Hill will resume from June 12.

The Confidence to Change: Buddhist Psychology and Meditation
– June 12: Break free from destructive mental habits
– June 19: The confidence of humility
– June 26: Identifying the obstacle to happiness
– July 3: Effecting deep and positive change
– July 10: Becoming of greatest benefit to others
– July 17: Aiming for the highest change

There is no need to book - either pay when you arrive or select PRE-PAY below. You can attend any of the sessions. Everyone is welcome.
Pay per class (£5)   |   4-week Drop-in Card (£16)   |   Free for members

Mill Hill Library, Hartley Avenue, Mill Hill, NW7 2HX
5 minutes walk from Mill Hill Broadway station (Thameslink)

About the classes

  • There is no need to book and you can attend at any time
  • Classes are for all levels and everyone is welcome
  • Classes are self-contained and no previous experience is required
  • The methods taught are beneficial to everyone, whether Buddhist or not
  • At these drop-in classes people generally meditate sitting on chairs
  • There is no physical exercise involved or any special clothing needed

Benefits of the classes

“The benefits of the teachings given in this course are, through sincerely practising these teachings you can solve your daily problems such as the problems of anger, attachment, jealousy and ignorance. You can maintain a peaceful mind all the time so that you will be happy all the time. You can maintain harmony and good relationships with your family, friends and others so that you can make others happy too. Especially you can make your human life very meaningful.

The benefits of training in meditation are, through sincerely training in meditation on the teachings given in this course you will attain spiritual realisations, which lead you to permanent liberation from all the sufferings of this life and countless future lives. There is no greater meaning than this. Even temporarily, whenever you experience problems, unpleasant feelings, depression or unhappiness you can solve these problems immediately by transforming your mind into peace through your meditation practice. The benefits of meditation are immeasurable”

Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso, the Founder of Heruka Kadampa Meditation Centre – the main Kadampa Buddhist Centre in North London.