Tennent Technique

Dharma Meditation Teacher


The term  dharma (Sanskrit: dhárma, dhamma), is an Indian spiritual and religious term, that means one's righteous duty or any virtuous path in the common sense of the term. A Hindu's dharma is affected by a person's age, class, occupation, and sex. In Indian languages it can be equivalent simply to religion, depending on context.


The word dharma translates as that which upholds or supports, and is generally translated into English as law.
The various Indian religions, such as Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, and Sikhism, have all accorded a central focus to dharma and advocate its practice. Each of these religions emphasizes Dharma as the correct understanding of reality in its teachings. In these traditions, beings that live in accordance with Dharma proceed more quickly toward dharma yukam, moksha or nirvana (personal liberation). The antonym of dharma is adharma meaning unnatural or immoral.


In traditional Hindu society, dharma has historically denoted a variety of ideas, such as Vedic ritual, ethical conduct, caste rules, and civil and criminal law. Its most common meaning however regarded two principal ideals; namely, that social life should be structured through well-defined and well-regulated classes (varna), and that an individual's life within a class should be organized into defined stages (ashrama, see dharmasastra).
Dharma also refers to the teachings and doctrines of the founders of Buddhism and Jainism, the Buddha and Mahavira. In Buddhist philosophy, dhamma/dharma is also the term for "phenomenon".


How does it work?

This Meditation Course will teach you to become an effective and intuitive meditation teacher for a range of clientele. You will be taught to work with a group or an individual, thus giving you the flexibility to work in a variety of settings.


What does it involve?

This meditation course is unique as Angelic tuning forks are also used, the course is both practical and creative, with a hands-on approach. You will be taught a range of strategies and techniques that will enable you to work effectively as a meditation teacher.


What is it good for?

My Meditation course is for beginners so no previous experience will be necessary, ideal for those looking to learn more about meditation and also how to teach it to others.


What are the benefits?

Meditation provides a supportive and creative space for the reduction of everyday stresses and tensions, thus promoting a state of balance, contentment and personal well-being. 


What are the side effects and when should it be avoided?

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'All treatments offered here are intended as complementary to conventional medicine and are by no means an alternative to, or replacement, for any conventional therapy you may require. If you are currently receiving medical treatment for a particular condition, I may require a letter of clearance from your GP or consultant before treating you'.

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