Sunday Evening 7-9PM Mindfulness Meditation Online Webinar

Transformation through Suffering: How psychological turmoil can lead to spiritual awakening.

Mindfulness Meditation Centre presents our next Online Webinar on Sunday 28th March 2021 at 7-9PM on Transformation through Suffering: How psychological turmoil can lead to spiritual awakening. By Dr Steve Taylor (Senior Lecturer & Best Seller). All are welcome to join. Registration may necessary for those who are new to the centre and wish to receive updates.

Mindfulness Meditation Centre presents

Our Next Online Webinar on

"Transformation through Suffering: How psychological turmoil can lead to spiritual awakening."

By Dr Steve Taylor

Steve Taylor PhD is the author of 13 books on psychology and spirituality, including three books of spiritual poetry. He is a senior lecturer in psychology at Leeds Beckett University, UK. He is the current chair of the Transpersonal Psychology Section of the British Psychological Society. His books include his new book The Clear Light, Waking From Sleep, The Fall, Out of the Darkness, Back to Sanity, The Calm Center, The Leap and Spiritual Science. His books have been published in 20 languages, and his articles and essays have been published in many academic journals, magazines and newspapers.  He writes blog articles for Scientific American and for Psychology Today. Steve lives in Manchester, England with his wife and three young children

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On Sunday 28th March 2021 at 7-9PM 

All Are Welcome to Join Online

& Gain the Wisdom and Transformation in Life…

Programme Order:

07:00PM Presentation and Talk delivered by Dr Steve Taylor

08:10PM Q & A  (Open to any interactive questions session)

08:45PM Guided Meditation by Bhante Samitha Akurala

09:00PM End of the Webinar

Please note this webinar will be recorded and later available on youtube for community support.

Organizers request you to keep the videos on (if you feel comfortable to do so) and please keep mics muted always unless you want to say something. You can unmute the mic and keep the video on to ask the questions during the Q & A Session.

Cost: Donations. This online webinar is free but if you care as we do, to promote the happiness and wellbeing in our community, please feel free to make a donation towards the Mindfulness Meditation Centre by using the bank details

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CLICK HERE: Read More About Dr Steve Taylor

Recently published Article on Psychology Today: (

The Transformational Effects of Bereavement

Loss and grief can lead to spiritual growth and other positive changes.

Posted Mar 12, 2021 | Reviewed by Abigail Fagan

By Steve Taylor Ph.D.

Out of the Darkness

  • Bereavement is one of the most common forms of trauma people experience.
  • Individuals who reported a spiritual awakening after bereavement also experienced changes such as becoming more open and authentic, less materialistic, and more appreciative of nature.
  • These changes tended to be stable and enduring over time.

One of the most famous stories in Buddhism is the parable of the mustard seeds. A young woman named Kisa Gotami was grieving the death of her baby son. She carried his body from house to house, pleading for some medicine to bring him back to life. One of her neighbours advised her to go to see the Buddha, who asked her to bring him a handful of mustard seeds. The only condition was that, in the Buddha’s own words, “The mustard-seeds must be taken from a house where no one has lost a child, husband, parent, or friend.”  CLICK HERE TO READ MORE…..

Steve Taylor, Ph.D.,

is senior lecturer in psychology at Leeds Beckett University. He is the author of several best-selling books, including The Leap and Spiritual Science.


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