Simply Meditate • 30 min guided meditations
Please Note: There will be no meditation and no open hours on July 1st as well as July 24-Aug 9
Give yourself a break! These half hour sessions provide an opportunity to experience different meditations and gain familiarity with developing a peaceful mind in a perfect environment.
An ideal way of introducing yourself to meditation.
No previous experience necessary.
Monday to Friday • 12:15–12:45pm
Refer to the class calendar to confirm the dates.
To stay for a vegetarian community meal, call 416.762.8033 by 10:30am to book. $5
Monday • Wednesday • Thursday •5:45-6:15pm
Kadampa Meditation Centre Canada (KMCC)
631 Crawford Street
1.866.523.2672 or 416.762.8033 • email@example.com
Beginners welcome • No previous experience necessary
$3 / class
$12 / 5 classes
free for Centre card holders
We are a non-profit organization. All profits go towards supporting the International Temples Project for World Peace.
Do I have to be a Buddhist to benefit from meditation?
No. Anyone can learn basic meditation and experience the benefits that come from having a peaceful mind. Buddhists respect all people and are happy to help anyone regardless of whether they subscribe to another faith, or to none.
Do I need to have experience in meditation or Buddhism to attend the classes?
No. All you need is the wish to improve yourself and the quality of your life.
What do I need to bring to class?
Nothing in particular, however if you wish to take notes bring a pen and notepad.
How should I dress for class?
No particular clothing is required.
The purpose of meditation is to make our mind calm and peaceful.
We shall be free from worries and mental discomfort, and so we shall experience true happiness.
If our mind is not peaceful, we shall find it difficult to be happy, even if we are living in the very best conditions.
If we train in meditation, our mind will gradually become more and more peaceful, and we shall experience a purer and more stable form of happiness.
Eventually we shall be able to stay happy all the time, even in the most difficult circumstances.
Visit how-to-meditate.org for information & videos.