CLASSES

Meditation Classes

Discover Happiness Within

Suitable for everyone, our weekly in-person meditation classes in Dublin are a perfect opportunity to take a break from busy daily life and experience the benefits of meditation for yourself. 

Learn how to use Buddhist meditation & mindfulness training to increase your inner peace and happiness, improve relationships and solve daily problems. Classes include talks, guided meditation and Q&A.

“The meditation classes have been so transformative for me - I now have tools that I can use when I feel overwhelmed or anxious that enable me to access deep peace and a calm heart.”
— Siobhan

Weekly Classes

Meditation & Mindfulness

Simply Meditate, at Lunchtime

Take a peaceful break from your day, and enjoy these deeply relaxing guided meditations and brief advice on how to maintain that sense of inner calm, peace of mind and positive energy throughout your day. In this way we can return to our day with a calm, clear and peaceful mind, feeling genuinely refreshed and re-energised for the rest of the day ahead.

Healthy Mind - Happy, Resilient Life

We can all experience difficulties in our lives that can impact our mental health, emotional well-being and resilience. This can all too easily lead to increasing feelings of overwhelm, anxiety, insecurity and depression, even in the most resilient of us.

In this series of meditation classes with Kadam Adam – which are suitable for everyone – through talks and guided meditations, we will explore how genuine mental health is not simply the absence of anxiety, depression and so forth. It is the experience of a truly healthy and resilient mind. 
 

We will explore Buddha’s timeless advice for everyone, and meditations, to discover how it’s possible gradually over time, to accomplish exceptional levels of mental & emotional well-being and resilience, an increasingly healthy mind, that leads to increasing happiness in life.

We will learn special, highly practical meditations to experience the pure, peaceful and essentially healthy underlying nature of our own mind. We will explore how we can use these to gradually let go of the unhelpful habits of mind that lead to all unhealthy emotions including anxiety, feelings of overwhelm and insecurity.

We will also learn how to develop and maintain peaceful, positive states of mind that lead to increasing peace of mind, genuine happiness and inner resilience, the hallmarks of a truly healthy mind, and the basis for a genuinely happy life, from the inside-out.

Feb 7 – How a healthy, resilient mind is closer than we think
Feb 14 – Meditation and letting go of unhealthy emotions
Feb 21 – The journey to genuine mental and emotional well-being
Feb 28 – Building inner resilience in daily life

Meditation for Daily Life

Our Meditation for Daily Life series provides practical advice on how everyone can learn to meditate. For beginners it will offer guidelines on how to begin a daily meditation practice. We will learn meditations to relax body and mind and achieve inner peace and mental clarity. Through this experience, we will develop an inner resilience in the face of life’s challenges and a kind and patient attitude towards others

This series also consists of advice on how to integrate our meditation into our busy daily life. We will explore how meditation is not confined to our meditation session; it can permeate our whole life. Seeing how our meditation practice effects our external activities, which in turn affect our meditation, we can learn to create a positive cycle without any gap between meditation and daily life.
 
This Wednesday evening class is a perfect opportunity to pause, meditate and refresh midweek. Everybody is welcome.    

Heal The Past, To Create The Future

Discover how to heal the past, so as to enable us to create the future we want. Whether it’s simply a memory of a falling out with someone close to us, a painful event in our past or some habitually unhelpful way of relating to ourselves, others and life, if we can’t let these go, they can negatively impact how we relate to everything and everyone (including ourselves) in the present, and limit how we see our future.

We may feel stuck in blaming past events, others or ourselves and thereby remain stuck in a state of hurt, anger and resentment or even feelings of guilt and inadequacy, which can prevent us from moving forward with, and fully enjoying our life.

In this series of meditation classes with Kadam Adam – which are suitable for everyone – through talks and guided meditations, we will explore Buddhas timeless advice for everyone and meditations, to learn how to let go of the past and, in time, deeply heal any impact it may have had on our mind and life.

We will also learn how to live more fully in the present, with an ever increasing peace of mind, happiness and sense of freedom to create the future we want, a genuinely peaceful and happy life, one brand new day at a time.

Feb 9 – The journey to healing the past, to create the future we want
Feb 16 – How to let go of, and heal the past
Feb 23 – The peace, freedom and joy of living in the moment
Mar 2 – The power to create the future we want, one day at a time

Easy Like Sunday Morning

These 60- minute meditation classes offer a perfect opportunity to take some time out, relax into our Sunday mornings, focus on our inner well-being, and set ourselves up in the best possible way, for the week ahead. Each session will include a relaxing guided meditation, as well as practical and inspiring insights to help us actualise our innate potential for great peace, joy and fulfilment in our lives, from the inside-out.

Everyone welcome.

Healthy Mind - Happy, Resilient Life (Dalkey)

We can all experience difficulties in our lives that can impact our mental health, emotional well-being and resilience. This can all too easily lead to increasing feelings of overwhelm, anxiety, insecurity and depression, even in the most resilient of us.

In this series of meditation classes with Kadam Adam – which are suitable for everyone – through talks and guided meditations, we will explore how genuine mental health is not simply the absence of anxiety, depression and so forth. It is the experience of a truly healthy and resilient mind. 

We will explore Buddha’s timeless advice for everyone, and meditations, to discover how it’s possible gradually over time, to accomplish exceptional levels of mental & emotional well-being and resilience, an increasingly healthy mind, that leads to increasing happiness in life.

We will learn special, highly practical meditations to experience the pure, peaceful and essentially healthy underlying nature of our own mind. We will explore how we can use these to gradually let go of the unhelpful habits of mind that lead to all unhealthy emotions including anxiety, feelings of overwhelm and insecurity.

We will also learn how to develop and maintain peaceful, positive states of mind that lead to increasing peace of mind, genuine happiness and inner resilience, the hallmarks of a truly healthy mind, and the basis for a genuinely happy life, from the inside-out.

Feb 8 – How a healthy, resilient mind is closer than we think
Feb 15 – Meditation and letting go of unhealthy emotions
Feb 22 – No class  – Venue unavailable
Mar 01 – Building inner resilience in daily life

Questions?

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Our weekly in-person classes are suitable for beginners and those with more experience of meditation & mindfulness training. Don’t worry if you miss the start of a series, as each class is self-contained.

Walk-ins are welcome. You can pay at the door (cash/card) or book online in advance. If you book online, just bring along your booking receipt on your phone or on paper. 

We are a registered charity run entirely by volunteers, no-one receives a salary. The funds we receive are used to pay for our operating expenses. We appreciate that current times are financially challenging for some. If you have difficulty affording our fees please get in touch to discuss a concession. Email here.

No. Anyone can learn basic meditation and experience the benefits that come from having a peaceful mind.

No. Everyone is welcome, including beginners. 

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