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Welcome. We hold a weekly Open Heart Meditation session in Brighton on Wednesday evenings from 7.30 to about 9.00 There are many types of meditation techniques and practices ranging from active ones where the practitioner attempts to control their breath, to focusing the mind, to chanting to visualisation. There are also other kinds of meditation that are more passive, where the person meditating just relaxes and tries to calm or still their mind from thinking. All of these meditation techniques are focused at using the brain to ease brain activity, which can be challenging to master for those with an active mind. Unlike traditional meditation, Open Heart Meditation is a remarkably simple, yet effective, heart-based practice that is centred on “feeling” rather than on brain-oriented visualisations or breathing techniques, making this practice purely experiential. Open Heart Meditation has helped many people to reduce their stress level and heal on a deep internal level, enabling them to cope better emotionally and allowing the natural healing process to happen much more quickly. In addition, this practice is universal and non-denominational. This is not a serious practice that involves hard work, creative visualisations or any sort of effort whatsoever. If it is being done properly it should feel light, gentle, peaceful, effortless…and fun! Want to know more? Contact Lyndon at: firstname.lastname@example.org. This Brighton based Meetup group is part of a global non-profit organisation, (Padmacahaya International Institute for Inner Study www.padmacahaya.com), created for the purpose of educating and supporting individuals to realise and benefit from the experience of living a heart centered life that is the key to being healthier, happier and growing spiritually.