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Guided Meditation for Relaxation

The next date for your diary –
this is an invitation for you
to join me for a guided
Meditation For Relaxation
session on Skype
on the evening of
Tuesday 1 August 2017
Time: 7:30 – 9 pm
Venue: via Skype
As this is on-line, it’s not just for folk in Scotland!
You can be anywhere, as long as you can connect to the internet and have Skype set up – see below.
For links in this newsletter, see the link at the bottom *
During the evening I will lead you through a gentle guided meditation, which will include mindfulness of the breath and of the body, our kindest wishes for ourselves and for others. This will be an evening when you can chill out and replenish yourself, in the midst of your busy life.
In this way both we and all those with whom we come into contact will benefit.
This will be similar to the sessions that I ran for the staff and students at Newcastle and Northumbria Universities, during the 11 years that I was Buddhist Chaplain to the Universities.
I’m inviting you to join me via the medium of Skype. Once we have connected you can sit comfortably, close your eyes, relax and allow the stresses of the day to melt away. Many people have found the experience quite blissful.
(And, if you drop off to sleep, well, that’s fine too! That’s what your body most needs at the time.)
If you’d like to find out more or to let me know that you’re joining the meeting, contact me by email here :: Sujatin.
In order to join in you’ll need to have Skype installed and a Skype account – you can download it easily from :: this link
Or instal a Skype app, if you have a smartphone.
Before the 1st August, search Skype for ‘Sujatin Johnson’ and send a request through. You’ll then need to add me as a contact and request to join the meeting by sending me a message via Skype chat.
NB: Shortly before 7.30pm on the day of the call you’ll see me calling you, which you should answer using the phone symbol, not the video one. You’ll then need to mute yourself, and only unmute yourself if you’re invited to speak individually at the beginning or end of the session – otherwise the sound becomes distorted.
(Thanks to Satya and Kaspa for these clear and comprehensive directions!)
All Welcome
No experience necessary.
:: link *