Kadampa Meditation Centre Tokyo is newly opened in Daikanyama!

In Hiroo, meditation class in Japanese was final on 12/7 (Fri) and meditation class in English was final on 12/19 (Wed).

The new classes started in Daikanyama from December 2018.

Meditation Class in English (in Daikanyama)

Time: Mondays and Wednesdays (2 times per month), 7:30-8:30pm

January: Wed 9th,  Mon 21st

February: Mon 4th, Mon 25th

March: Mon 11th, Mon 25th

Venue: at Kadampa Meditation Centre Tokyo, 2F Vogue Daikanyama II, 13-4 Daikanyamacho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Map: https://bit.ly/2E8HOkg
Cost: ¥1,500 per class

Our drop-in classes are taught by qualified Buddhist teachers, are easy to understand and apply to our daily lives.

The classes offer scientific methods for improving our human nature and qualities through developing the capacity of our mind with an emphasis on how to use meditation and subsequent practices in the midst of the busyness of modern life.

Practicing both on and off the cushion, we learn how to overcome irritation and anger, reduce stress, become more mindful and improve concentration.

Classes are suitable for both beginners and more advanced practitioners and consist of 2 guided meditations, a short teaching and discussion.
No need to bring anything or wear special clothes – just something comfortable to sit on the floor or on a chair.

【Art of Acceptance 】

Each class is self-contained and suitable for all levels, including beginners. You are welcome to join any week.

In each of these classes from January to March 2019, we will cover meditation techniques from the book ‘How to Solve our Human Problems” by Geshe Kelsang Gyatso, contemporary Buddhist meditation master and author of 24 highly-acclaimed books.

We will practice guided meditations which function to

– improve our ability to relax more deeply and quickly
– improve our ability to stay mindful and put aside distracting thoughts and feelings
– maintain a peaceful, relaxed confidence from within, less vulnerable to others’ changing perceptions of ourselves and challenging external circumstances
– from the stillness of our own meditation seat, transform any negative thought patterns into constructive, positive thought patterns that lead to deep inner peace and happiness.

People from all faiths and those who do not subscribe to any faith are welcome. You do not have to be a Buddhist to take part in the programme or to benefit from it.

All our meditation classes / programmes are offered as part the General Programme through the New Kadampa Tradition, founded by Ven. Geshe Kelsang Gyatso with over 1100 Kadampa Buddhist Centres throughout the world. Further details can be found at: http://kadampa.org/

The Kadampa Centre for Japan conduct classes in Tokyo and Osaka. For more information, please refer to the website: http://www.kadampa.jp/en/

【Teacher’s Profile】

* Meditation Teacher: Janet Yeh

Janet began her Buddhist studies with the Kadampa Tradition 16 years ago while doing her Bachelor’s degree at Oxford University in England.
She is Taiwanese and moved to Tokyo 7 years ago after living in Europe for 22 years. She delights in sharing with others effective techniques of training the mind which result in a deeply joyful life.