Calm Abiding Meditation
Meditation has a proven record in its ability to improve health, awaken happiness and give a clear perspective on life. It enables you to identify the real causes of unhappiness and recover from stress, anxiety and tension.
Calm Abiding Meditation, also known as Shamatha, is not specifically a Buddhist technique of meditation but is common to other spiritual traditions as well. Single pointed concentration on the breath or other suitable object of meditation is a natural process that helps you to focus better on ordinary tasks and enables you to become more relaxed and peaceful.
Based on Anapanasati (Mindfulness of the Breathe) and Satipathana (Four Foundations of Mindfulness) Calm Abiding meditation is a complete foundation for the development of mental and emotional health and inner harmony. C.A.M. is suitable for all.
No Buddhist committment is necessary. The course is suitable for all.