30-MINUTE NOON MEDITATION
Monday to Friday
DAY: Monday to Friday Starting January 24th
TEACHER: Centre Teachers
COST: By donation
WHERE: 970 Blanshard Street, Victoria
Suitable for everyone! These guided meditations are practical methods to improve the quality of our lives through meditation and Buddhist teachings.
30 MINUTES TO INNER PEACE
Take half an hour at lunchtime to relax, refresh and de-stress. Cultivate inner peace through a guided practice and enjoy the rest of your day with an inspired and positive mind. With regular practice these meditations help us to experience mental clarity, a sense of well-being, and increased love and compassion for others.
Thought for the Day
Be inspired and uplifted with a bitesize teaching that introduces the meditation for the day. If we wish, we can join in and recite the Liberating Prayer, which is a chanted prayer where we connect with the inspiration of enlightened beings.
Q. What are the COVID protocols for Noon Meditation?
- Stay home if sick or not feeling well
- Vaccinations are mandatory for all persons who enter the Centre
- Masks are mandatory for attendees*
- Venue will provide hand sanitizing supplies;
- Venue is practicing routine cleaning and disinfection.
- Capacity is limited and first come, so please arrive a few minutes early to avoid dissapointment.
*The teacher will remove their mask once seated.
We encourage you to use our online options if you are feeling ill, or if you are not vaccinated, or if you are not comfortable or unable to wear a mask.
Q. Do I need to be a Buddhist to attend?
Q. Do I need to have any experience?
Q. How should I dress?
Q. Is there any physical exercise involved?
Q. Do I need to book in advance?
Q. What is your policy regarding fragrance?
Q. What is your policy regarding late arrival?
Our doors open 15 minutes before start time. Kindly arrive at least 5 minutes before start to facilitate getting seated and settled. Out of kindness for our volunteers, students and Teachers, we cannot accommodate latecomers. Thank you for your understanding.