More and more people meditate, they do so because of mental health, and longing for rest, focus or balance. Some meditate because of the stress-reducing effects or because of their religious or ideological beliefs. Whatever your reason may be for meditating, it is often easier to do so in communities, where you can make friends and share experiences. So joins us for weekly meditations, in a silent meditation group, a traditional Buddhist and/or a Christian meditation.
Meditation Group, will not have any meditations in the second period. More information will follow in January.
Buddhist Meditation, every Monday 12:45–1:20 PM in the Silence Room (HG 1A-53). Join a guided Buddhist meditation, and share a silent practice with each other.
You are very welcome to use the Silence Room (HG 1A-53) for whatever ideological or religious silence practice when no activities take place.