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Mantra Meditation

Mantra Meditation, a seven-week Wednesday evening class in Waltham, continues the discussions, presentations and practices begun in Introduction to Meditation. This class prepares you for the successful practice of mantra meditation.

Near the conclusion of the course there will be a meditation initiation. You will receive a traditional mantra from one of our teachers, a disciple of Sri Bharati Tirtha Mahaswamigal who has decades of meditation experience.

Following your initiation, you will have access to tutorials to help establish and deepen your meditation practice.
During the class and at any time after initiation, you are welcome to join our regular Wednesday Meditation Evenings and to attend weekend meditation retreats, where we explore meditation and Advaita philosophy and practice.

NOTE:  Our Introduction to Meditation class is the prerequisite for this course. If you are interested in taking the mantra course and have meditation experience, but have not taken the earlier class, please contact us at and someone will be in touch with you.

New class begins February 15, 2017. Class meets seven Wednesdays, 7 to 9:30 pm, and includes individual mantra meditation initiation. This class is offered at no cost.*

*It is traditional in Advaita Vedanta that meditation is offered to anyone with a keen interest and readiness to take on the practice. For that reason, and because we believe strongly in the value and importance of meditation, as of January 2014 we are offering Introduction to Meditation and Mantra Meditation courses, with initiation, free of charge. Students who complete the courses and are instructed in the mantra practice are welcome to make a donation to the Center if they wish.



  • Schedule: N/A (please check back soon for an updated schedule)
  • Fee: As of January 2014, this course is offered free of charge. Please contact us at if you would like further information.

For more information on meditation classes, please contact us at 781-647-0020 or

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K.G., Norwood, MA