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Sat, 18 May


McKillop Institute, Room 3

The Sound Of Silence: Tibetan Meditation Practice (Free Event)

Join Lorna for this beautiful meditation practice. Virah Dharana is an ancient practice of meditation that involves supine observation of the body accompanied by a special kind of Sanskrit chanting. An experienced not to be missed.

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The Sound Of Silence: Tibetan Meditation Practice (Free Event)
The Sound Of Silence: Tibetan Meditation Practice (Free Event)

Time & Location

18 May 2024, 13:00 – 14:30

McKillop Institute, Room 3, Main St, Lochwinnoch PA12 4AJ, UK


About the event

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This is one of the oldest forms of meditation and was originally given by the enlightened saints who attained absolute silence. The sound of the chanting is known as ‘the sound of silence’ because it enables the listener to experience profound silence in mind and body and because it comes from a mind of profound silence. The chanting is subtle and precise and has to be developed over many decades of in-depth training in the ancient traditions of meditation where it has been perfectly preserved by lineages of monks over thousands of years. This is  aunique experience open to all those new and well aquainted with meditation.

This meditation will be done via a pre recording from Lorna's teacher, Dr Kumar of Traditional Yoga. Please bring headphones, a matt and warm clothes or blanket for this experience. You can find out more about Dr Kumar and traditional yoga by visiting here...

Pre-booking advised to avoid disappointment. 

Lorna MacPhail, Embodiment Coach , Speaker & Wellbeing Consultant

Lorna combines her passion and experience of mind, body, heart practices with nutrition and intuitive coaching and runs workshops, online courses and retreats.

Lorna works with people who are discontented in their working life and are looking for change but don't know what direction to go in. She believes that mastering your own emotions and being connected to your sense of purpose in life is the key to health and happiness.

When you combine a life on purpose with self mastery, there is a shift from within. Relationships flourish (even the challenging ones), you feel happier, you're healthier and you know you're achieving your true potential.

Lorna is also the founder of a pioneering programme supporting schools on their journey to a whole school mindfulness and compassion based approach to wellbeing.

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