Hunter Valley Meditation

In each class a different aspect of meditation and Buddhism is explained. The classes are self-contained so you can drop in any week. There is no need to book or bring anything. Classes begin with a simple guided breathing meditation followed by a teaching and a second guided meditation based on the topic. There is also an opportunity for discussion, followed by refreshments.

No meditation experience is necessary, classes are suitable for beginners and experienced meditators. Everyone is welcome.

Class Information

The class is held on Tuesday evenings 5.30pm–7.00pm. See below for a list of class dates.
The class is located at North End/Cessnock North Community Hall, Approx 75 Church St, Cessnock
The cost of the class is $12 ($10conc). There is no need to book.


Class Dates

Please note: this class will end on April 16. The classes advertised on 23 & 30 April will not run. We apologise for any inconvenience this causes.

Mindfulness for Busy People
With mindfulness we can maintain a continuum of positive thoughts, enabling us to enjoy a clear and happy mind all the time.
Mar 26
Apr 2, 9, 16


The Teacher

Kadam Mick Marcon is the Resident Teacher at Losang Dragpa Kadampa Buddhist Centre in Newcastle and has been practising meditation and Buddhism since 2004. With his clear understanding of Buddha’s teachings and down-to-earth manner, he inspires us to develop a pure mind, thereby uncovering for ourself a deep contentment and happiness. Mick teaches weekly drop-in classes, our courses and retreats, as well as the Foundation Program.







Upcoming event
Free book talk @ Singleton Library

Thur 14 Feb | 5.30 – 7.00pm

Singleton Library
8-10 Queen St, Singleton NSW

About the book
In this busy world, our experiences of happiness are fleeting and short-lived, while inner peace eludes us completely. Our negative states of mind, such as uncontrolled desire and anger, create endless problems for ourselves and others, and prevent us from fulfilling our deepest wishes. Buddha’s popular teaching on the Four Noble Truths offers a clear and simple solution, guiding us to an oasis of peace within our hearts. How to solve our Human Problems is an indispensable guide for anyone who wishes to enjoy inner peace and contentment free from the daily pain of stress, frustration and other negative emotions. 
About the author
Geshe Kelsang Gyatso is a fully accomplished meditation master and internationally renowned teacher of Buddhism who has pioneered the introduction of modern Buddhism into contemporary society. He is the author of 23 highly acclaimed books that perfectly transmit the ancient wisdom of Buddhism to our modern world. He has also founded over 1,200 Kadampa Buddhist centres and groups throughout the world.

About the speaker
Kadam Mick Marcon is the Resident Teacher at Losang Dragpa Kadampa Buddhist Centre based in Newcastle. Mick has been studying and practising Kadampa Buddhism since 2004. He has taught meditation and Buddhism in Sydney, Newcastle, Melbourne, Taree, Forster and Port Macquarie. Mick will be representing the author at this talk.

To book a place for this talk, please contact Singleton library, ph: 65787500