There is a radical simplicity to meditation and yet it is not easy. At the School of Meditation, we will help you on a journey to greater self knowledge, bringing more balance, depth and meaning to your life. As our world is being turned upside down, this time of self-isolating and social distance that we are experiencing could be seen as a kind of extended period of retreat: a voluntary restriction which reminds us of the limited control we have in reality — at any time — over the circumstances of our daily lives.
Making the fruits of meditation available to all people
Searching for meaning and tranquility in a restless world? Begin your Christian Meditation journey and join our friendly, thriving Singapore community. Meditation is a universal spiritual wisdom and a practice found at the core of all the great religious traditions, leading from the mind to the heart. It is a way of simplicity, silence and stillness.
Coronavirus: Resources for meditators
All are welcome! Response to the current challenges faced by our community. One of the gifts of meditation is that we learn that we are always beginning. During this time of profound change in our community we need to recall that we are always just beginners. Many of you may find yourself unable to attend your weekly meditation groups or participate in other community activities. Let us practice being a community of love for our world as we begin to look at new ways of being and doing.
We have a page with suggestions to help you stay connected with other meditators while we follow the guidelines on managing the coronavirus. Latest Update : A Contemplative Path Through the Crisis the new website we have launched to respond to the demands of the Covid crisis, offering rich resources for hope and healing. As well as the many online groups which you can join at WCCM Online Meditation Groups some group leaders have set up local online groups. If it is something you are still thinking about we urge you to give it a go. There are also resources for sharing the gift of meditation in your community and at home with your children. Meditation is simple, being simple means being ourselves. It means passing beyond self consciousness, self analysis and self rejection. Meditation is a universal spiritual practice which guides us into this state of prayer, into the prayer of Christ. It brings us to silence, stillness and simplicity by a means that is itself silent, still and simple.