We all experience unwanted circumstances at some point in our lives. Through the practice of deep meditation and mindfulness we can come to know our own mind and learn to be at ease with whatever we encounter, even when strong emotions arise such as anger, anxiety, and loss. We can also learn to embrace difficult changes and challenges with compassion, both for ourselves and for others.
„ My sessions with Susan had the effect of settling my mind and giving me the space and the tools to reflect deeply and understand what was really going on for me. I always feel more at ease with myself at the end of a session with Susan, she is highly intuitive and offers tremendous insights and advice in her unique approach. “Martin B, Cork
✓ Learn meditation and compassion practices to heal yourself
✓ Learn how to face difficult challenges with a deeper self-respect
✓ Avoid those awful same old loops in your head
✓ And avoid unhelpful habits so to walk forward with greater confidence
You may have already tried meditation, but couldn’t make it work for you. Through personal guidance you can be guided to arrive at a meditation practice that is personally suitable to you. Maybe you have heard of meditation and compassion practices and would now like to develop specific methods suited to help you with the challenges your everyday presents.
Individual sessions with Susan Browne in West Cork, Ireland or online by Zoom
€50 for one hour
Meditation support groups with Susan Browne online by Zoom
Wednesdays 7 to 8pm Irish time
Four sessions for €50
„ I have experienced Susan as an exceptionally non-judgmental empathetic listener. In our talks I always felt so comfortable that I could say absolutely anything, without holding back. Susan helped me open up perspectives that I couldn’t see before, because of this I gained great clarity and confidence in the next steps to take in my life and work. “Saskia B, Amsterdam
Weekend Retreat with Susan Browne and Rob van Wilegen
Friday 23 February, 7.30pm to Sunday 25 February, 1pm
Our complex world can tempt us to spend a lot of time in our heads. During this weekend retreat, the focus will be on meditation practice as a way to savour the uniqueness of each moment and rediscover the joy of simply being.
Bank Holiday Weekend Retreat on The Six Paramitas
with Susan Browne and Rob Van Willegen
Friday 15 Mar, 7.30pm to Monday 18 Mar, 1pm
How would it be if we were truly able to bring Buddhist wisdom into our daily lives? One particular approach is by exploring the meaning and application of the six transcendental perfections or six paramitas. These six are: generosity, discipline, patience, diligence, meditation and wisdom.