Tim conducts Introductory Talks on a regular basis to give people an understanding of meditation and its application so they can make an informed decision about whether they would like to take up the practice.
Introductory Talks run for one hour and half and are free of charge and obligation.
They are translated as required. The topics covered are:
- A deeper understanding of the mind and body and the effects of stress.
- The relevance of meditation in modern day living.
- The technique itself, and why it is so effective, and easy to learn.
- The benefits of practicing meditation.
- The structure and requirements of the Course of Instruction.
- An opportunity to ask questions. Tim loves questions. It is not based on faith.
Tim, after seven years in Europe, is now teaching in Australia...
Intro Talks are now offered regularly in Carrum, Mornington Peninsular and South Yarra.
They are free of cost or obligation. I am happy to meet privately at the Cafe under Beach Lane in Carrum, or on South Yarra, if that is more convenient. Please contact me to arrange a time and place that suits you.
Next Public Intro Talk:
Thurs March 15 at Beach Lane. 642 Nepean Hwy. Carrum.
6.30 pm in the Library Room (around the back and upstairs)
Prague: 17 May. Friends Coffee House.
15 May email@example.com
COURSE DATES (Please attend an Intro' Talk first)
The STRUCTURE of the COURSE.
The Vedic Meditation Course runs over four sessions on four consecutive days.
The first session includes private instruction in your personally suited technique. (1.5-2 hours)
The follow up sessions are on consecutive days for 1.5 - 2.5 hours (depending if in English or translated)
Tim is now teaching in Australia.
I am now teaching at Carrum, Middle Park and South Yarra.
Please contact me with your interest. Please join my email list to stay informed.
Next Public Course:
18-21 March. Beach Lane. 642 Nepean Hwy. Carrum.
CZECH REPUBLIC DATES 2018:
20-23 May. Friends Coffee House, Praha 1.
24-27 June. Friends Coffee House. Praha 1.
The Course Contribution is in the time honoured way of this Tradition. In ancient days you would travel to the Himalaya and then find a teacher and work in their fields or kitchen for a week or more to express the strength of your desire to learn. In this same way today it is on a sliding scale based on your weekly income. In this way it has equal relative value to all.
The contribution allows Tim to be available full time to share and take this precious knowledge to ‘where it is not’. He requests a minimum contribution to cover his time and expenses that is appropriate to each country where he is invited. In the end it is up to the course participant to give as they feel they can and is appropriate to their expectations and circumstances.
Please learn more of this at the Introductory Talk.
If there are financial difficulties please speak privately to us at the Intro Talk. Everyone who sincerely wants to learn, will learn whatever their circumstances are.