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19 January.12:00 pm-12:30 pm
An event every week that begins at 12:00 pm on Wednesday, repeating until 9 March, 2022
Wednesdays 12 noon to 12.30pm
Meditation Drop-in Classes at Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Centre
Starts 19th January 2022| £7 (£5 concession) | In-Centre.
Experience Drop-in Meditation, perfect for all ability levels
Following the success of Malcolm Clark’s Meditation sessions last year, we are delighted to announce that he will be guiding drop in sessions from January 19th to March 9th 2022.
Whatever your level of experience and ability you are welcome to join.
If you would like a taster experience over the coming weeks of a number of meditation methods and styles, dip your toe in the water, or advance your practice in a new way, join us.
What to Expect
Meditation – 30 minutes tuition and participation
Both Eastern and Western forms of Meditation ultimately aspire to a bring about a greater consciousness of the spiritual nature of our being. With this the trappings and sufferings that are characteristic of our material lives begin to diminish.
In the Eastern and Western traditions people experience their existence in different ways. We mostly have an innate bias towards either Eastern or Western approaches to the metaphysical. When it comes to Meditation it’s good to learn to get to know this bias in order to work with it towards an integrated, spiritual ‘self’.
About Malcolm Clark
Malcolm lives in Edinburgh Scotland and works across United Kingdom. He’s been teaching Meditation and the associated Practices, Arts and Study disciplines, almost full time, since 1984.
Among many arts and interests, Malcolm is a long time practitioner of Classical Yoga and the many Meditation methods therein. He also has a strong grasp of the Western practice traditions.
As the founder and director of Melbourne Yoga & Meditation Centre in Australia since 2001, he has in addition travelled, lived, studied and taught in both North & South America, U.K. & Europe, India and East Asia. Apart from teaching over 20,000 professional studio class hours of Yoga, Meditation and the philosophies which back them, he also shares deeper metaphysical insights about Reflexive Self-consciousness from which he has developed countless meditation methods and practical disciplines.
It is certain that without a Study and understanding of the background ideas, the deeper motives and disciplines behind the world’s practical Yoga & Meditation traditions, the practitioner will only develop a shallow and ephemeral experience, attain limited value, and benefit only over a short or transient period of time. A competent and lasting individual practice is founded on a genuine clear understanding of true ideas and disciplines.