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Odiyana Centre provides meditation classes in Runcorn, teaching basic meditation and the practice of Kadampa Buddhism. The purpose of these classes is to help people to gain personal experience of inner peace, to overcome their daily problems, and to find real happiness in their hearts.

z chokyong 3Gen Kelsang Chökyong is the Resident Teacher at Odiyana Centre and teaches meditation in Runcorn. A disciple of Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso, Gen Chökyong is a Buddhist monk who has been studying, practising and teaching meditation for many years.

He was ordained in April 2000 and trained at Tara Buddhist Centre, near Derby, one of the foremost Buddhist colleges in Europe. When teaching, Gen Chökyong demonstrates a comprehensive wealth of knowledge, which he shares in a humorous and compassionate way.

 

Each class consists of guided meditations, a talk and discussion. They last about two hours, including refreshments. The classes are suitable for everyone from beginners to experienced meditators. Each class is self contained, though you are welcome to attend the whole course. They provide an ideal introduction to meditation and Buddhism, teaching effective and practical methods for overcoming problems and increasing happiness in daily life.

ALL OUR CLASSES ARE DROP IN CLASSES SO NO NEED TO BOOK. JUST TURN UP!

Runcorn old police stationVenue
Old Police Station
Mersey Road
Runcorn
WA7 1DF

 

 

Facility fee
£6 per class

Date and Time 

7:30pm – 9pm Monday evenings – see below for dates

Eight Steps to Happiness – Runs from Monday 14th January for 9 weeks up to and including Monday 11th March 2019.

 

 

 

 

Meditations for a Happy Life – Runs from Monday 8th April 2019 for 7 weeks up to and including Monday 20th May 2019.

 

 

 

Inspiring Solutions for Difficult Times – Runs from Monday 3rd June 2019 for 6 weeks up to and including Monday 8th July 2019.

 

 

 

Meditations for Modern Problems – Runs from Monday 2nd September 2019 up to and including Monday 23rd September 2019.

 

 

 

How to Solve Our Human Problems – Runs from Monday 21st October 2019 up to and including Monday 2nd December 2019