You’ve had meditation on the back-burner for a while. You’ve downloaded some apps. You’ve followed some of the guided meditations.
It’s good, but it only goes so far. You’ve got a feeling you could go further with meditation, but you just don’t have the time. Evening classes are impossible to get to, weekends even more so, and as for a retreat? Forget about it. Life is full on with no gaps.
That said, you do get bored of a lunchtime. There’s only so many times you can go to Tesco’s.
But there’s no meditation on at lunchtime, and even if there were, you wouldn’t be able to get there, and back, inside your lunchbreak.
That’s where the online Lunchtime Meditation Club comes in.
A half-hour online meetup for learning, practising, and talking about meditation, in real-time, with real people.
We meet via Zoom. You can join in via an app on your phone or computer, just make sure you have a steady enough internet connection.
Each session is tailored to who’s in the room. So whether you’re a beginner, more experienced, or just rusty, there’ll be something for you.
I firmly believe that some meditation is better than none. That meditating with other people has advantages over meditating alone. That having someone who can answer your questions and help you trouble-shoot your meditation is key to unlocking what meditation can do for you.
Give it a whirl for free next Tuesday – 12:00 UK time, 13:00 Central Europe.
Tried it? Loved it? Become a member for €20 a month. Cancel anytime it no longer suits you or your timetable.
In a nutshell:
Online meditation club
Tuesday lunchtimes: 1pm CET/CEST, 12 noon GMT/BST
30 minutes of meditation and meditation-related chat.
Join in from your phone or laptop on Zoom.
For beginners, seasoned meditators, and everyone in between.
Led meditation, Q&A, and discussions with your fellow meditators.
Sign up for a free trial to test it out.
Become a member for €20 a month.
Take charge of your meditation – let go of your apps
You’ve tried out a few apps. You follow the meditations and you know it helps. But you’re not yet meditating by yourself.
Apps are great for getting you going. But to really find your feet in meditation, you need to let them go. You need a simple, effective way to meditate, wherever you are, however long you have, and whether or not your phone has any battery left.
In the Lunchtime Meditation Club, you learn, practice, and discuss meditation in a way that frees you from your apps. You get real-time feedback from actual people about how your meditation is going. You get to problem-solve and troubleshoot whatever difficulties you’re having in meditation with someone who’s been there, done that, for nearly 20 years.
Try it out for free, and become a member to grow the wings you need to help your meditation fly.
Become a member
Tried it? Loved it? Become a member for €20 per month incl. Dutch BTW (sales tax).
Come along every week, whenever fits your schedule, or once in a blue moon. It’s entirely up to you. The more the merrier, I say, but feel free to disagree!
If it’s no longer your thing, you can cancel your subscription any time. Go to your PayPal account and cancel your payments. We’ll take care of the admin, and you’ll have access for the rest of the month you’ve paid for.
Hi! I’m Sue Susnik.
I started meditating about 20 years ago and have practised mainly in the Buddhist tradition, exploring breathing, loving-kindness and body-awareness meditations.
I led meditation sessions at the University of East Anglia for 18 months while doing my PhD, including a 12-hour overnight meditation retreat, and for my colleagues on a counselling course in Exeter, UK. I lead clients through meditation in Emotional Plumbing and coaching sessions.
I *love* sharing meditation with people because I know first-hand how darn useful it is: for stress-reduction, for self-knowledge, for developing focus, patience and persistence, and for inquiring into the nature of experience and reality.
I’ve experienced maybe 30 or more retreats, from a weekend to three weeks long. The last year I’ve been going through a process of Inquiry that leads directly to awakening.
I’ve meditated in good times, difficult times, and downright terrible times. On holiday, at work, at home. I even meditated through giving birth.
At its heart, it comes down to two things: be quiet, then look at what’s in your experience.
There are millions of different ways to meditate. In the Lunchtime Meditation Club, I keep it simple and effective.
Come meditate, and see where it takes you.