Love is the Great Protector

Love is the Great Protector

Time: Wednesdays 7.00 – 8.30 pm

Cost: $12 per class – No charge for Members (Level 1 Membership only $50/month – see Centre Membership for more information).

Weekly meditation classes offer practical methods to improve the quality of our lives through meditation and especially learning new ways of thinking. You can learn how to develop and improve your experience of happiness and inner peace. No previous experience is necessary. Everyone is welcome!

All the weekly classes are currently offered online. Many of the regular classes use Prayers for Meditation to help calm the mind and fill us with inspiring energy. You can find a copy in our online shop.

Booking will stay open until 30 minutes after the start of the course. You will receive a zoom link in the confirmation email to join the live-streamed class. Please email registration@meditateinToronto.com if any questions or difficulties.

* All our online events are open to either anyone who would have booked to attend in person under normal pre-pandemic circumstances or residents of Manitoba. For a centre near you, click here. *

FAQs

Each of the weekly meditation classes begins with a guided breathing meditation to settle the mind, brief prayers, a talk and then a second guided meditation on the class topic. Class topics can be found in each weekly class description.
No. All our weekly meditation classes are open to everyone regardless of spiritual orientation.
No. Attend as many as you wish. Each class is self-contained, so you do not need to attend the previous class or classes in order to follow the class you wish to attend.
Each weekly class is $12 for non-members. There is no charge for members – KMCC membership starts at $50/month (click here).


In this series of classes, we will explore the transformative power of meditating on pure, unconditional love. We will learn practical, yet profound meditations that can protect us and others by changing the state of our mind. Everyone is welcome to attend any or all of these classes.

Mar. 31 – The Supreme Good Heart: 
How can we help others to be happy?  What are the best methods to help others?  The supreme good heart of bodhichitta enables us to perfect all our virtues, solve all our problems, fulfill all our wishes and develop the power to help others in the most appropriate and beneficial ways. This mind is the combination of our meditations on love and compassion.  Meditation: Developing Bodhichitta

About the Teacher: Lindie Vermeylen – Lindie is a sincere student on the Foundation Program and a dedicated volunteer at KMC Canada. She loves to share Buddha’s teachings with others and benefit others. She is known for her sincerity, her good heart and her clear presentation of Buddha’s teachings, making them easy to understand and practice.