Introducing
Insight Meditation

6 weeks

This online course gives you an overview of Insight Meditation and the Buddha’s teaching of the Four Noble Truths. For each week there is a video introducing the theme, notes that highlight key teachings, and an audio meditation for you to practice daily.

Week One : Introducing Meditation

Introducing meditation on the breath, bodily posture and the attitudes that support meditation.


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Week Two: Hindrances to Meditation

The five traditional hindrances to meditation and how to respond to them skilfully.


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Week Three: The First Noble Truth

The difficulties that are an intrinsic part of life and the extra suffering created by reactivity.


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Week Four : The Second Noble Truth

The origins of suffering in the three types of craving.


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Week Five: The Third Noble Truth

Perspectives on nibbana, the cessation of suffering.


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Week Six: The Fourth Noble Truth

The eightfold path leading to the end of suffering including ethics, meditation and wisdom.


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Jake Dartington

Tutor

Jake began practising meditation in 1995. He spent many months on silent retreat and completed a three-year Dharma teacher training with Christina Feldman. Since 2007, Jake has led retreats in the Insight Meditation tradition at Gaia House and other centres around the UK and elsewhere in Europe.

Donations

This course is offered freely and your support helps me to offer teachings in this way.

Week One : Introducing Meditation

Introducing meditation on the breath, bodily posture and the attitudes that support meditation.


Begin

Week Two: Hindrances to Meditation

The five traditional hindrances to meditation and how to respond to them skilfully.


Begin

Week Three: The First Noble Truth

The difficulties that are an intrinsic part of life and the extra suffering created by reactivity.


Begin

Session Four : The Second Noble Truth

The origins of suffering in the three types of craving.


Begin

Week Five: The Third Noble Truth

Perspectives on nibbana, the cessation of suffering.


Begin

Week Six: The Fourth Noble Truth

The eightfold path leading to the end of suffering including ethics, meditation and wisdom.


Begin

Jake Dartington

Tutor

Jake began practising meditation in 1995. He spent many months on silent retreat and completed a three-year Dharma teacher training with Christina Feldman. Since 2007, Jake has led retreats in the Insight Meditation tradition at Gaia House and other centres around the UK and elsewhere in Europe.

Donations

This course is offered freely and your support helps me to offer teachings in this way.

Get In Touch with Jake

Location
Jake Dartington

Bahia Yoga
4 Stoney Street,
Nottingham,
NG1 1LG

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