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“When we sit together, we create a collective energy of mindfulness that is very powerful. When we sit with others, we profit from their quality of being and we profit from everyone’s practice. When we sit together, each one of us contributes to the quality of the whole… The collective energy is very supportive and effective in helping us gain insight and transform difficulties.” – Thich Nhat Hanh

Meditate via Facebook Live

Given the ease in social restrictions, from 11 April we are be returning to our twice weekly group meditations. You’re welcome to join us on Facebook Live.

Schedule

  • Mondays at 7.30pm – a guided mindfulness meditation
  • Wednesdays at 6.30am – a 30-minute silent meditation

Finding the livestream on Facebook

To find us, go to our Facebook page a few minutes before the scheduled starting time. We’ll go live 5-10 minutes early so you have time to find us.

Scroll down until you see the post with the title “Heart of Mindfulness, Kyabram is live now.” Below that you’ll see an image of our meditation room with the red LIVE icon at the top left and a video play button in the middle. Tap/click on this image.

Facebook Live screen capture, described above

About

The busyness of life

Most of us live busy lives. We’re busy at work. Busy with family. Busy juggling our many other commitments. Busy trying to do well, or just to keep up.

With all this busyness, stress and anxiety are lurking — occasionally getting on top of us. We’ve forgotten how to relax. And many of us have problems sleeping. We’re living in the ‘red zone’ and it’s making us sick and unhappy.

As human beings, we need connection. Connection with those around us. Connection with nature. Connection with life. Connection with our deeper self.

Meditation can help

Our weekly meditation groups provide a place for you to take some time out to find connection.

And our meditation courses help you learn to slow down and live more mindfully. You’ll find out how to be present for your life, and discover the peace and stillness that is within you.

Who we are

Heart of Mindfulness is run by Dey Alexander.

Dey has been meditating for almost two decades and is registered as a meditation teacher with Meditation Australia.