Lesson Two: Concentration, Stillness, Hindrances.  As you sustain the attention on the breath, noticing the beginning, middle and end of each inhalation and exhalation the mind begins to withdraw from external sensory impingement’s and it becomes more calm and focused.

Introduction to Meditation is a free course for beginners and for those who would like to strengthen the foundation of their meditation practice by learning the basics.

The Introduction to Meditation course consists of 4 lessons. The course starts on the first Saturday of each month and the rest of the 3 lessons take place on consecutive Saturdays.  Please Note: These classes don’t need to be attended in order.  For example, you may start with Lesson 4 in August, and then do Lesson 1, 2, in September, Lesson 3 in October.

The course is free of charge and can be repeated as many times as one wishes to.


  • First lesson ‘Meditation Overview’ – Saturday, 05th September
  • Second lesson ‘Concentration and Stillness / Hindrances’ – Saturday, 12th September
  • Third lesson ‘Meditation in Action / Mindfulness’ – Saturday, 19th September
  • Fourth lesson ‘Loving Kindness Meditation’ – Saturday, 26th September

Please come in comfortable and modest clothing. You are welcome to bring your own meditation cushion/stool. If not, we have plenty of cushions/stools available and also chairs for those who prefer it.

Time – 3.00 pm – 4.15 pm

Venue – Dhammaloka Buddhist Centre, 18 Nanson Way, Nollamara WA 6061

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