Infinite Acceptance – 8 Weeks Introduction to Insight Meditation (Mindfulness)

8 weekly meetings, in Tel Aviv on Wednesdays 18:30-20:30

Meetings dates 28.11, 5.12, 12.12, 19.12, 26.12, 2.1, 9.1, 16.1

Insight meditation practice (also known as vi-passana or mindfulness) is a training of attention that wakes us up of our conditioned mind and reveals the nature of reality; reveals our basic goodness. The practice of meditation reminds us who we really are. It allows us to relax peacefully, be happy with no reason and love with no boundaries. Meditation helps us remember what really matters, so that we live fully, love fully and be fully present for our lives.

The course will cover:

  • Foundations for mindfulness practice
  • Foundations for meditations on loving kindness and compassion
  • Meditation and daily life
  • The development of a gradual personal daily practice

The course is practical and suitable for beginners as well as practitioners who would like to deepen their meditation practice. The course will emphasize a friendly, loving approach to one-self, practice and reality. Full participation in all meetings is required. Participants will be asked to dedicate time to daily practice.

Adva, has been meditating for 17 years, of which, she dedicated two years to intensive meditation practice while living in Buddhist Monasteries in Nepal and Burma. Adva has been teaching vi-passana and metta in London, India and Israel. As a human rights and development professional Adva is dividing her time between London, Tel-Aviv and Developing countries and experimenting in linking meditation practices and ethics with social development.

For further details check my blog or contact me directly at 0544-857657 or

The facilitation in the course is given without a fixed price, but rather as Dana – an act of generosity out of gratitude and appreciation to the teachings and the facilitator. A sum of 180 nis will be asked to covered registration expanses.



About advaharma

Been fascinated by the mystery of life ever since I can remember. Have been practicing meditation for more than 20 years. Dedicated two years to an ongoing silent meditation retreat whilst living in Buddhist monasteries in Nepal and Burma. A Yogi and a Front Line Humanitarian.
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