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Mantra yoga meditation classes – July – Healing meditation with the Medicine Buddha

Time & Date: Saturday 27th July, 5-6pm

This is an ONLINE CLASS: The zoom link to participate is https://us02web.zoom.us/j/9941921865

Mantra yoga is the tradition of meditation that focuses on sound and speech as a way of connecting to higher & deeper levels of consciousness. Using it enables us to evolve & harmonize our own consciousness rapidly, as well as mediate energy out into the world for the benefit of others and our environment.

These classes focus on simple ways to use mantra meditation for the purposes of increasing our healing, manifestation, wisdom, & other capabilities. The class is led by Toby, who in his time as a Buddhist monk in the Tibetan tradition learned to use mantra yoga extensively.

Each class introduces a particular mantra for a particular purpose. The sessions involve visualization as well as mantra, & promise to be fun, enjoyable & energizing, as well as meaningful!

This month – Healing meditation with the Medicine Buddha

Overview: Connect to the energy of the Buddha of Medicine to facilitate healing for yourself & others

More about the class: The Medicine Buddha is a figure who embodying the awakened healing energy of all enlightened beings. By connecting to his mantra, we can tap into a source of universal healing energy that we can then direct towards:

– Our own personal physical, emotional & spiritual healing

– Direct towards the healing of loved ones or others suffering from illness (remote healing)

– Increase our compassion & innate healing ability

– Combine this with an increase in our overall meditation skill & ability

The session involves simple practices guided by Toby that you can apply to make a real difference to the health & wellbeing of yourself, your close circle & the world


About the teacher, Toby Ouvry

After originally training as an artist, subsequent to his degree, Toby spent ten years doing his foundational training in meditation & mindfulness, specializing in the Tibetan Tradition which included five years as an ordained Buddhist monk.

He has been practicing and teaching mindfulness & meditation for over twenty years. As the founder & principle facilitator at Integral Meditation Asia he delivers mindfulness programs to both the public & corporate sectors. He is a meditation & mindfulness blogger, and the author & creator of over fifteen practical workshops & courses on the subject.