Ajahn Brahmali Dhamma Talk: “There Is No Bad Meditation!”

Date(s) - 12 Jun 2024
7:00 pm - 8:45 pm

Kagyu Samye Dzong London
15 Spa Rd
SE16 3SA
United Kingdom



How often do you get up from your meditation thinking, “What a waste of time that was!”? What if that wasn’t the case? Perhaps there is another way of approaching our practice that makes every meditation experience worthwhile.


In this enlightening talk, Ajahn Brahmali will delve deep into the essence of meditation and unravel some of the misconceptions around it. He show us a fresh approach to meditation guided by wisdom and compassion. Together we will explore how we can integrate our so-called “bad” meditations into the Noble Eightfold Path, so that every experience becomes part of our journey to peace.


This evening programme will begin with a short guided meditation, followed by a Dhamma talk by Ajahn Brahmali. After the talk there will be an opportunity to ask questions.



Please aim to arrive at 6:30pm in order to register and settle in quietly.


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All ticket proceeds go toward covering venue hire and other arrangements. Any excess will go toward general running cost of Britain’s first monastery for bhikkhuni, “Anukampa Grove Bhikkhuni Monastery.”



Bookings are closed for this event.