Introductory Talks in Ipswich and Felixstowe

Introductory talks are free of charge and by attending, you are under no obligation to learn. Please see below for dates, times and full details. You can:

  • Book into any of the given talks immediately (click "Details" on the appropriate talk)
  • Call the local teachers for Ipswich, Olivia Post 01394 461074, or Nigel Kahn 07909 534284.
  • For Felixstowe, call Diana Harding on 07870 495450.
  • Or drop us a line
Events
Date Time Location Title Places Sortable Date
Sat May 6th 11:00 Felixstowe Library Felixstowe Library, Crescent Rd, Felixstowe, IP11 7BY Introductory Talk Available Details 20170506
Sat May 13th 11:00 Ipswich Town Hall Ipswich Town Hall and Corn Exchange, King Street, Ipswich, IP1 1DH The meeting is in the Giles Room. Introductory Talk, Free Available Details 20170513

Can't make the talk? Or want something sooner?

If you'd like to find out more about Transcendental Meditation but cannot make it to the talk, please contact Nigel 07909 534284 or Olivia 01394 461074 to arrange a one-to-one presentation, or submit an online enquiry via the Contact Us page.

 

Courses of Instruction

If you have not attended a public introductory meeting please call to arrange an introductory meeting in advance. Courses are usually held about once a month, but can also be arranged according to convenience. For dates of the next course to learn Transcendental Meditation please phone 07909 534284.

Additional information concerning talks held in the Unitarian Hall

The Unitarian Hall, Friars Street, Ipswich IP1 1TD, is situated next to the Unitarian Meeting House, which is a beautiful 300 year old building in Friars Street right next to the Willis Building (the modern black office block on the corner of Friars Street and Princes Street).

The nearest parking is in the Cromwell Square municipal car park. From there, walk up St Nicholas Street a few yards, and you will find a narrow passageway to the left with a sign to the Unitarian Meeting House. Go down this passageway and the Unitarian Hall is immediately on your left up a flight of wooden stairs.

If you are coming on foot via the Friars Street entrance, then the Unitarian Hall is to the left of the Unitarian Meeting House, across a small grass courtyard and up a flight of wooden stairs.

We regret that there is no disabled access to the hall.

An effortless technique

Personal experience on day of learning TM:

"Without knowing what to expect, I began to drift down into deeper and deeper levels of relaxation, as if I were sinking into my chair. Then for some time, perhaps a minute or a few minutes, I experienced a silent, inner state of no thoughts, just pure awareness and nothing else; then again I became aware of my surroundings. It left me with a deep sense of ease, inner renewal and happiness."