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Are you ready to take your relaxation to a whole new level of enjoyment? Come along to our Group Frequency Flow - Music and Sound Meditation Sessions in Inglewood and South Perth. It’s musical meditation without the effort! Music and Sound have been used for thousands of years for their entertainment and healing properties. It is now well known that Sound can help people to balance their energy and calm their mind. Precious People Group Sessions use Tibeten Singing Bowls and Frequency Minded Music played at volume through a surround sound subwoofer speaker system. The music tracks are specifically chosen to enrich your sensory experience with the vibration and connect to the music. These sessions are suitable for all ages and abilities and may be received either sitting or lying down. There are many health and wellness benefits to experiencing the vibration and frequency of sound: ● Pain or tension relief ● Deeper relaxation and meditation ● Improved sleep ● Eases anxiety and stress ● Promotes joy and fun Each Group Sound Session lasts for about an hour. The playlist and intention for each session is intuitively selected, with the added bonus of having the Tibetan Singing bowls played over you as you awaken from your relaxed meditative state. Investment, $20 or $15 concession
Friday evenings are always very popular with regular audiences between 200 and 300 regularly cramming into the Dhamma Hall to listen to the talk given by the sangha. You are advised to arrive by 7pm in order to find a good place to park and a place to sit inside the hall. Chanting - 7pm to 7.30pm Guided Meditation - 7.30pm to 8pm Talk on Buddhism - 8pm to 9pm I highly recommend Friday nights at Dhammaloka for anyone who is new to Buddhism. I used to attend regularly, but I rarely get an opportunity now, due to long commute. You can also catch this event on live broadcast on You Tube Channel. See link here https://www.youtube.com/user/BuddhistSocietyWA Please visit Dhammaloka website for more info. https://bswa.org/ (http://www.dhammaloka.org.au/) This is a free event. With Metta, Nim
Beginners A four-week Introduction to Meditation course commences on the first Saturday of each month. These are offered by members of the lay community and outline the techniques, benefits and difficulties of meditation practice. No previous experience is necessary and there is no charge or fee for the classes - so they're priceless! You are advised to wear comfortable, loose-fitting clothing. Experienced 3pm to 4.15pm: Instruction and guided meditation by a senior monk or nun. Guided meditations and talks covering: - What meditation is, why we meditate - The problems that may arise during meditation - Walking meditation - How we use the practice of mindfulness and loving kindness (Metta) meditation It is advisable to do this course before attending a weekend retreat. Held in the room to the left of the main hall.