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Tuesday, November 1
  • 10:00 - 10: 30 Live Meditation with Lp Sander Khemadhammo: Everything will break once

    Sometimes it is good to consider that all things are impermanent. This allows us to see things better in their proper proportion.

Wednesday, November 2
  • 10:00 - 10: 30 Live Meditation with Ciska Matthes: Meditation in motion

    We move slowly and attentively, without striving, without haste. In this way every movement becomes a meditation, no different than following the breath. Pleasant and soothing. A nice transition to daily activities.
    For everyone accessible; where necessary, you can adjust the movements to your own ability and needs.

Thursday, November 3
  • 10:00 - 10: 30 Live Meditation with Annetje Jikai Brunner: As it is. Meditation with few words

    In the silence words are forgotten. In absolute clarity things show themselves as they are. — Zen Master Hung-chi Chen-chueh (1091-1157)

friday 4 november
  • 10:00 - 10: 30 Live Meditation with Guido Scholte: Right Now it's like this

    Right now it is. A simple and helpful reminder to receive the present moment exactly as it comes. Today we explore whether and how this phrase can be helpful in our meditation practice.

Saturday November 5
Sunday 6 November
  • 10:00 - 10: 30 Live Meditation with Karin Rekvelt: Shamatha breath belly, without preference and with more silence.

    We gently let the attention rest at the abdomen with the breathing movement as the basis. For many, shamatha meditation has become familiar and therefore there is more room for longer lasting silence. In this way you learn more on your own and yet also together, to stabilize attention.

  • 20:00 - 21: 15 Live Lecture with Ciska Matthes: The Peace Poster Project - a virtual walk

    At the beginning of this year, Ciska launched the peace poster project. Posters with spiritual texts just on the street to inspire people. With themes such as gratitude, staying in the moment, not judging, kindness. Sometimes in quotes from celebrities like Jimi Hendrix and the Dalai Lama, sometimes self-worded.
    So far there have been three campaigns in resp. Amsterdam, Haarlem and Tilburg. This lecture is a virtual walk through the posters. Ciska will elaborate on her motivation for this project. We will look at pictures of the posters and reflect on their meaning. It is always about inner peace….

Monday 7 November
  • 10:00 - 10: 30 Live Meditation with Joost van den Heuvel Rijnders: Seeing through the eyes of Adam and Eve

    Joost has been practicing vipassana since 1995. He meditated in Burma and Nepal for almost three years and has been guiding retreats since 2004. He is the author of 'Back to the market' and 'Back to the heart'. Both books are about applying and integrating meditation and Buddhism into everyday life.

  • 20:00 - 20: 45 Live Meditation with Guido Scholte: Vipassana Meditation. Theme - Acts.

    Weekly meditation evening on Monday. This series is provided by various facilitators from the vipassana tradition, also known as insight meditation. The series is inspired by the Satipatthana Sutta, a Buddha teaching on mindfulness practice. The evenings are accessible to everyone and can also be followed separately. After a short introduction there is half an hour of meditation. There will be a short exchange afterwards. This evening's theme is: Acts

Tuesday, November 8
  • 10:00 - 10: 30 Live Meditation with Ria Kea: Compassion is a wonderful exercise

    an exercise to open the heart

Wednesday, November 9
  • 10:00 - 10: 30 Live Meditation with Katleen Janssens: Loving Kindness

    In this meditation we practice loving kindness with what is manifested in the moment.

Thursday, November 10
  • 10:00 - 10: 30 Live Meditation with Mariëtte Verhoef: From house-garden-kitchen awareness to awareness

    In everyday life we ​​live with a consciousness that is mainly focused on arranging, doing and interaction. Let's call this the house-garden-and-kitchen consciousness. In meditation we practice in a greater awareness that includes all of reality. Both are valuable and can be recognized in our humanity.

friday 11 november
  • 10:00 - 10: 30 Live Meditation with Guido Scholte : Helpful or not?

    During our meditations all kinds of things pass by. Some of these experiences can support us while others seem/are mainly obstacles. How and what do we learn to distinguish and how do we respond to this in our meditation? Today we explore this theme.

Saturday November 12
Sunday 13 November
  • 10:00 - 10: 30 Live Meditation with Marion Werger: Out of your head, into your body with yoga and breathwork

    Marion cordially invites you this morning to experience fine stretches in the body, calm the mind and open your lungs with breathwork.

  • 20:00 - 21: 15 Live Lecture with Marjolein Janssen: Compassion Seeds

    Compassion is the trembling of the heart in the presence of suffering, accompanied by the desire to ease that suffering. It is an open, friendly and even loving attitude. During this lecture and meditation we will plant compassion seeds for ourselves, others and the world. At the end of the evening there is an opportunity to share experiences and ask questions. (This lecture focuses on the theme 'Crisis as an opportunity'.)

Monday 14 November
  • 10:00 - 10: 45 Live Meditation with Frits Koster: Compassionate Breathing

    In this meditation exercise you can get acquainted with Tonglen: an ancient practice that originated in Tibet and that can be found in many cultures in a psychological sense. In the Mindfulness-Based Compassionate Living or MBCL training we have adopted this practice as Compassionate Breathing. Our built-in stress system prefers to solve or push away problems ... in this intimate and also paradoxical exploration you are invited to welcome the difficult for once in a specific, caring and non-forced way ... and open yourself to something helpful or a beneficial alternative.

    NB This exercise is dominated by the theme 'Crisis as an opportunity', from 10.30 am there is still 10-15 minutes for those who want to exchange and extra explanation about this special practice.

  • 20:00 - 20: 45 Live Meditation with Katleen Janssens: Vipassana Meditation. Theme - Anatomical parts.

    Weekly meditation evening on Monday. This series is provided by various facilitators from the vipassana tradition, also known as insight meditation. The series is inspired by the Satipatthana Sutta, a Buddha teaching on mindfulness practice. The evenings are accessible to everyone and can also be followed separately. After a short introduction there is half an hour of meditation. There will be a short exchange afterwards. This evening the theme is: Anatomical parts

Tuesday, November 15
  • 10:00 - 10: 30 Live Meditation with Lp Sander Khemadhammo: Meditating never has to be boring

    If we find the right balance in meditation, it is very nice to meditate. When we start to find it boring, we often do something not quite right and it is important to restore the balance.

Wednesday, November 16
  • 10:00 - 10: 30 Live Meditation with Ciska Matthes: Just 'I am'

    Always return to the pure realization: 'I am'. Rest in being. Leave everything else, everything extra, aside. Just this.

Thursday, November 17
  • 10:00 - 10: 30 Live Meditation with Annetje Jikai Brunner: Opening your heart

    Meditation in which we open our loving heart, then connect with our compassionate heart and finally with our grateful heart. From there we can gradually learn to treat ourselves with more mildness. There is no need for temples; no need for complicated philosophy. Our own brain, our own heart is our temple; the philosophy is kindness. 14th Dalai Lama

friday 18 november
  • 10:00 - 10: 30 Live Meditation with Mariëtte Verhoef: Pain Relief

    Pain is the gateway to liberation. From my own experience I can say that this is true. Pain invites extra awareness, because how on earth do you deal with it? It is penetratingly present, triggers irrevocable resistance and by nature we want to get away from it. In meditation we consciously choose a different path; the way of gentle rapprochement. I'm taking you…

Saturday November 19
Sunday 20 November
  • 10:00 - 10: 30 Live Meditation with Karin Rekvelt: Shamatha breath belly, without aversion and with more silence.

    We gently let the attention rest at the abdomen with the breathing movement as the basis. For many, shamatha meditation has become familiar and therefore there is more room for longer lasting silence. In this way you learn more on your own and yet also together, to stabilize attention.

  • 20:00 - 21: 15 Live Lecture with Phap Xa: Calm and Clarity

    We can become aware that, especially in difficult times, we can contribute a lot with our peace and clarity. It is important that a captain remains calm in a storm at high seas and can react with clarity. Difficult situations can bring up painful feelings in us and if we know how to take care of them with peace and clarity, it gives us a lot of confidence in ourselves. With peace and clarity we recognize the nourishment sources of our suffering and we can find a way out of difficult situations.

Monday 21 November
  • 10:00 - 10: 30 Live Meditation with Joyce Cordus: The Freedom of Control

    A meditation where we practice restraint or self-control

  • 20:00 - 20: 45 Live Meditation with Mirjam Schild: Vipassana Meditation. Theme - Elements.

    Weekly meditation evening on Monday. This series is provided by various facilitators from the vipassana tradition, also known as insight meditation. The series is inspired by the Satipatthana Sutta, a Buddha teaching on mindfulness practice. The evenings are accessible to everyone and can also be followed separately. After a short introduction there is half an hour of meditation. There will be a short exchange afterwards. This evening the theme is: Elements

Tuesday, November 22
  • 10:00 - 10: 30 Live Meditation with Mirjam Schild: The Fundamental Activities of Mindfulness

    In this series of 3 meditations we take a closer look at what being attentive is exactly. Today number 3: penetrating into the nature of the phenomena.

Wednesday, November 23
  • 10:00 - 10: 30 Live Meditation with Ria Kea: The body is always fair

    are you willing to listen?

Thursday, November 24
  • 10:00 - 10: 30 Live Meditation with Mariëtte Verhoef: Increase your resilience with compassion

    By developing compassion, you increase your heart-supported awareness. A strong heart filled with gentleness & love brings more resilience to move with the flows of life.

friday 25 november
  • 10:00 - 10: 30 Live Meditation with Gerjan Schoemaker: Concentration meditation aimed at the 'right effort'

    Concentration meditation focused on the 'right effort' and 'right mindfulness'. We use the breath as it is perceived at the abdomen as an object of meditation.

Saturday November 26
Sunday 27 November
  • 10:00 - 10: 30 Live Meditation with Annetje Jikai Brunner: Greeting and welcoming

    In this meditation we start with a greeting exercise that is done with quiet movements and from there we make the transition to sitting in silence and welcome everything that comes along with open attention.

  • 20:00 - 21: 15 Live Lecture with Dick Verstegen and Misha Beliën: Zen monkhood today

    Teacher (Dick Verstegen) and student (Misha Beliën) of Zen Center Nijmegen discuss being a Zen monk in this time. It will be an interactive session on Zoom, to which participants can also contribute.

Monday 28 November
  • 10:00 - 10: 30 Live Meditation with Ciska Matthes: To whom does this experience appear?' Self-examination

    Most of the time we are focused on our perceptions; our feelings, thoughts and all sensory impressions. Now we turn our attention inwards. Who or what perceives all this? Is there a 'person' to whom life appears? Or is that person really just a thought?
    By unveiling the illusion of a tangible 'I', we discover our original state of silence, space and peace.

  • 20:00 - 20: 45 Live Meditation with Marjolein Janssen: Vipassana Meditation. Theme - Body in decomposition.

    Weekly meditation evening on Monday. This series is provided by various facilitators from the vipassana tradition, also known as insight meditation. The series is inspired by the Satipatthana Sutta, a Buddha teaching on mindfulness practice. The evenings are accessible to everyone and can also be followed separately. After a short introduction there is half an hour of meditation. There will be a short exchange afterwards. This evening the theme is: Body in decomposition

Tuesday, November 29
  • 10:00 - 10: 30 Live Meditation with Mirjam Schild: Sitting together in attention

    Being relaxed in the body and with the breath.

Wednesday, November 30
  • 10:00 - 10: 30 Live Meditation with Katleen Janssens: The taste of equanimity.

    Equanimity is mentioned as one of the four divine abodes. What does it mean for us as practitioners? And how can we experience and develop it? In this meditation we explore how we can bring this quality into the practice in an accessible way.

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
Thursday December 1
  • 10:00 - 10: 30 Live Meditation with Lp Sander Khemadhammo: You can lead a horse to water but you can't make him drink

    This English proverb also applies to meditation. We turn our attention to our center and return whenever we are distracted, but we cannot use force

Friday December 2
  • 10:00 - 10: 30 Live Meditation with Annetje Jikai Brunner: Focusing on the good in your life

    The positive aspects of our lives can sometimes get snowed in by the more difficult experiences that come our way. In this meditation, we consciously focus our attention on a number of positive points that may seem obvious in our lives. Focusing in this way can make us grateful and joyful and support our well-being.

Saturday December 3
sunday December 4
  • 10:00 - 10: 30 Live Meditation with Karin Rekvelt: Shamatha meditation nose, without preference and with more silence.

    We let the attention rest relaxed at the nostrils where the breath flows in and out. There is more room for longer lasting silence. In this way you learn more on your own and yet collectively, to refine your attention.

  • 20:00 - 21: 15 Live Lecture with Phap Xa: The Way of Love and Understanding

    Love and understanding are two important conditions for happiness in our daily life. The path of love and understanding is a path that we can take all our lives, constantly discovering new things about ourselves and others. Buddhism speaks of the four immeasurable aspects of true love, which we will explore in more detail in this lecture.

Monday December 5
  • 10:00 - 10: 30 Live Meditation with Riët Aarsse: Receiving as the greatest giving

    Well-given is a great gift to the receiver and the giver. In this meditation we will dwell on receiving 'good' as a gift to giver and receiver. The practice invites us to land in connection that arises when our heart mind opens.

  • 20:00 - 20: 45 Live Meditation with Riët Aarsse: Vipassana Meditation. Theme Emotional tone - pleasant

    Weekly meditation evening on Mondays. This series is provided by various facilitators from the vipassana tradition, also known as insight meditation. The series is inspired by the Satipatthana Sutta, a Buddha teaching on mindfulness practice. The evenings are accessible to everyone and can also be followed separately. After a short introduction there is half an hour of meditation. There will be a short exchange afterwards. This evening the theme is: Emotional tone (vedana) – pleasant (sukha)

tuesday 6 december
  • 10:00 - 10: 30 Live Meditation with Frits Koster: Doing nothing

    We can distinguish two ways in which we can be mindfulness or perceptive: focused and receptive. Both are of value. Focused attention quickly becomes dominant in diligent, committed people, while receptive awareness takes less effort and often brings more wisdom.

    In this meditation, after an exploration of the two forms, we will focus on the second form of mindfulness and you will be invited to sit without having to do anything.

wednesday 7 december
Thursday December 8
  • 10:00 - 10: 30 Live Meditation with Joyce Cordus: Catch your breath

    Sitting meditation with attention to the breathing movement

  • 20:00 - 21: 15 Live Lecture with Ank Schravendeel and Mirjam Schild: Chronically ill, a chance?

    Following on from the theme of crisis as opportunity, Ank Schravendeel and Mirjam Schild will discuss being chronically ill and its implications for our daily lives. And above all, the opportunities that this has provided for our lives and our meditation process.

    The question we want to ask ourselves and the listeners: can illness also be a lever to achieve transformation or change? Both for our daily life, our automatic reaction patterns as well as the development on our meditation path.
    We invite you to participate in this interactive lecture in which you are cordially invited to share your own experiences with us and the listeners via the chat.

    We look forward to meeting you on Thursday 8 December from 20-21.15

    This lecture focuses on the theme 'Crisis as an opportunity'.

Friday December 9
  • 10:00 - 10: 30 Live Meditation with Eveline Brandt : Generosity

    Generosity – giving our time, attention, perhaps money or things – makes us happier, research has shown time and again. We can also literally practice in meditation to release, not to cling to thoughts, feelings, but to let them go, to release them. And we end our meditation with an intention: how would you like to practice generosity in your daily life?

Saturday December 10
sunday December 11
  • 20:00 - 21: 15 Live Book Review with Tom Hannes: Why the Buddha Loved Lists

    Sometimes it seems as if the whole of Buddhism consists of only lists: the three refuges, the four noble truths, the six worlds, the seven awakening factors… They emphasize the practical side of the Buddhist philosophy of life. The Buddha and the later Buddhist schools were clearly fond of it, but to us the enumerations seem rather dry, dull.

    Wrongly, Tom Hannes thinks. In this book, he shows a surprising vibrancy of the Buddhist lists once we embrace them as practical life companions. With grace and a sense of humor he elaborates a selection of ten lists. This provides not only a fresh look at Buddhist philosophy, but also a testimony to how much the ancient teachings can tug at us to do its work, to be free and dignified people.

    Tom Hannes tells lightly and uncompromisingly, accessible and thorough, oh so concrete and turning everything upside down.

Monday December 12
  • 10:00 - 10: 30 Live Meditation with Ria kea: Sitting without agenda

    check your attitude

tuesday 13 december
wednesday 14 december
Thursday December 15
Friday December 16
  • 10:00 - 10: 30 Live Meditation with Ciska Matthes: Keep Watching

    The thoughts that come to plague us are like ghosts that we believe in too much. By simply no longer running away but looking silently, they lose their persuasiveness and dissolve into nothingness.
    Looking attentively and seeing clearly is our greatest strength. In the light of our consciousness, the shadows of illusion cannot continue to exist.

Saturday December 17
sunday December 18
  • 10:00 - 10: 30 Live Meditation with Karin Rekvelt: Shamatha with more silence.

    We let the attention rest relaxed at the nostrils where the breath flows in and out. There is more room for longer silence to refine attention.

Monday December 19
tuesday 20 december
  • 10:00 - 10: 30 Live Meditation with Joyce Cordus: From Dark to Light

    A meditation for the darkest days of the year.

wednesday 21 december
Thursday December 22
Friday December 23
  • 10:00 - 10: 30 Live Meditation with Leni Cellini: Celebrating Life

    With Christmas approaching, the invitation during this meditation is to reflect on the gift that is life. Commemorating the birth of Jesus can be a source of inspiration in this. The festive atmosphere of the Christmas season as an occasion to celebrate life, celebrate this new day, celebrate our existence.

Saturday December 24
sunday December 25
  • 10:00 - 10: 30 Live Meditation with Annetje Jikai Brunner: Safe, sufficient, connected, peace

    We don't always feel safe or connected. Or we are very much aware of everything we lack and what we long for. Especially with holidays such as Christmas you may be extra aware of isolation, loneliness, of the longing for peace and quiet and that you experience this not or less than you would like. This meditation focuses on cultivating more peace and confidence in and with ourselves in our lives, just as it is now.

  • 20:00 - 21: 15 Live Lecture with Ayya Virañani and Ank Schravendeel : Peace on earth

    Peace on earth, good wills for men is a traditional Christmas wish. So cultivating the wish for that, explicitly today, (rather than just saying it) be a gift for each other in the world.

    Dialogue between Ank and Ayya Virañani on this special evening, language is English. Welcome!

Monday December 26
tuesday 27 december
  • 10:00 - 10: 30 Live Meditation with Karin Rekvelt: Practice with ease in everyday life.

    Just as a light rain shower can be refreshing, a light RAIN break can give clarity and space and connect with the heart.

  • 20:00 - 21: 15 Live Lecture with Kees Klomp: A better world starts WITHIN you!

    The economics of meaning is an existential economic approach. This means that we must learn to discover and recognize how we have internalized the existing economic system. If you want to change the economic system, you have to start within yourself!

    Kees Klomp (1968) is married, father of three children and lives in Drenthe. After a successful career in the advertising world, Kees focuses on the Meaning Economy in 2005; a secular translation of Kees' Buddhist philosophy. Kees has been working in education since 2016. First as director of the Erasmus Institute SMO, and since 2 years as a lecturer in Meaning Economics at Hogeschool Rotterdam. Kees has written several books, including THRIVE, Handboek Meaningful Entrepreneurship, Karmanomics and Meaning Economics.

wednesday 28 december
  • 10:00 - 10: 45 Live Meditation with Ciska Matthes: Metta meditation

    Classic Buddhist meditation on metta, loving kindness. We cultivate a generous, loving attitude towards all living beings. With a heart that embraces everything and everyone, beyond any desire, judgment or objection.

Thursday December 29
  • 10:00 - 10: 30 Live Meditation with Mariëtte Verhoef: Meeting yourself in the dark

    At this time of year we slowly move from darkness to more light. How do you shine your light of loving attention in the darkness?

  • 20:00 - 21: 15 Live Lecture with Irène Kaigetsu Bakker: No shine without friction

    Important to know: This Sangha Live session is offered via Zoom Meetings. You can also switch on your own camera and see other participants.
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    In the context of the theme 'Crisis as an opportunity' there is a short introduction, time for guided meditation and exchange. This time we explore the V's of Impermanence/mutability, Trust and Resilience in troubled times.
    What can we learn from a crisis in the world or in our personal lives?
    Without friction no shine!

Friday December 30
  • 10:00 - 10: 30 Live Meditation with Karin Rekvelt: Practice with minor discomfort in everyday life.

    Just as a light rain shower can have a refreshing effect, a light RAIN break can give clarity and space.

Saturday December 31

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  • A donation/dana for the counselors supports them in taking care of the daily Live Meditations and Live Lectures. For more information about our vision of dana, please visit 30NOW.nl/donate
  • With the proceeds from the Membership are we able:
    • Facilitate and broaden the current offer;
    • to take care of the communication;
    • Provide support where needed;
    • To further develop the platform technically;
    • As a participant you decide which Membership rate is appropriate for and according to you.

Thanks on behalf of the team of 30NOWThank you on behalf of all supervisors for your support!

 

Zoom struggled with cyber-attacks during Zoom Meetings in 2020 that could be highly disruptive. Today, Zoom has taken many measures and greatly improved security. Bee 30NOW we will use Zoom Webinar from April 25, 2021. This application cannot or hardly be influenced negatively by outsiders. This is partly because with Zoom Webinar, the participant cannot activate video or audio himself.

Do you have questions or doubts about using Zoom Webinar? Share them with us.

With a Membership you can watch the live sessions. In addition, the live sessions are sometimes also “broadcast” on YouTube and Facebook.

Do you have questions or doubts about using Zoom? Share them with us.

Zoom Webinars are very recognizable for participants with “zoom experience”. However, you will notice that you cannot activate a camera and/or microphone. Participants are not visible with Zoom Webinar. In addition, there are a number of special functions such as Q&A that you may not know yet.

When you are signed up for the Live Announcements If you don't receive any participation links by e-mail, then they are probably blocked by your spam/advertising filter.

The solution: To make sure the e-mail announcements are delivered to you, you can add info(at sign)30NOW.nl to your address book, contacts or safe senders list.

Yes, of course. When participating, only the supervisor/speaker is visible in the picture. Registration is required to participate. This way we know who is participating and we can, if necessary, contact the participants.

Do you have another question about your privacy? Share it with us?

We use 'Zoom Webinars'. An important feature of Zoom Webinars is that participants are not visible and audible. This, in combination with extra security measures in the background, means that you can safely use Zoom as a participant.

Questions or doubts? take contact with us.

Yes, that's possible. With the following bank details you can transfer the amount for the Membership or Dana (donations) for the chaperones.

Account number: NL11BUNQ2067341758 tnv 30NOW

Please state in the description which contribution it concerns. If it concerns a Membership, please also send us a message so that we know which email address the Membership should be linked to.

Thanks in advance!

Yes. With a (paid) Membership you have the opportunity to listen back / look back and also to ask questions afterwards.
Already have a Membership? then click here .

All live sessions can be listened to/watched 36 hours after the live stream with a Membership.

Yes. With a (paid) Membership you have the opportunity to listen back / look back and also to ask questions afterwards.
Already have a Membership? Then go to My Meditation Page.

To the 30NOW Live sessions can be enjoyed by anyone, with or without 30NOW account, join live.

De 30NOW Live You can easily share sessions that you can watch with the Membership with everyone. For this you use the share buttons that are visible on every review page (see demo).

The meditations from the 30 Days program and the hard meditations you can't share.

In the week of April 20, 2021, 'Zoom Webinar' have been extensively tested as a possible replacement for Crowdcast. All analyzes and feedback received showed that Zoom Webinar offers the best quality, security and flexibility for the 30NOW Live Meditations & Lectures. That is why we have decided to switch to Zoom Webinar, which means that participation via Crowdcast is no longer possible.

Do you run into something or have doubts? take contact with us.

During the daily live meditations and the live lecture on Sundays, only the accompanist can be heard and seen. As a participant you can respond via the chat!

For live sessions of Live Courses you can also (if desired) switch on your own camera and microphone.

All live sessions can be viewed 3 days after the live stream (but often earlier) with a Membership.
In addition, with a Membership from this date you can also freely share the recording with anyone.

When participating with a PC, Mac or laptop, the number of live participants will be displayed at the top of your Zoom window during the daily Live Meditations and the weekly Live Lectures.
With smartphones and tablets (i.e. mobile devices) this function is not yet available and the number of live participants is therefore not displayed. Still curious about the number of live participants? Share it in the chat!

The sound and picture quality may vary per live session. The local internet connection and the equipment of the accompanying person are of influence. In addition, your local internet connection and hardware/equipment can also influence the quality.

Do you have questions or comments about the quality? Share it with us.

Some facilitators use a gong or bell to announce the beginning and/or end of a meditation or lecture.
The sound of a gong or bell during a live session depends on a few factors:
  • The local Zoom microphone settings at the attendant. For example, with Zoom an automatic noise reduction is active as standard, which makes loud background noises less audible. This means that the sound of a gong or bell is sometimes less fully audible.
  • The type of gong or bell affects the volume and type of sound.
  • The type of microphone used during the live session also affects the sound (volume and pitch).

Do you have other questions or comments about the gong or bell sound? Contact Team Support.

Reactions during Live Lectures and Live Meditations are limited visibility.

If you have a Membership, you have the option, among other things, to respond to Live sessions with images afterwards.
More information about the Membership can be found here .

The option to respond to Live Sessions is available to everyone during the Live Stream.

Members with a Membership also have the option to:

  • Live sessions with video to watch
  • Live sessions with audio only to listen back
  • React afterwards to all Live sessions with images

Use the participation link, in the e-mail announcements or on 30NOW. Nl
De Zoom application is available for all devices and will be downloaded automatically.

Questions or technical problems? Share it with us.

From April 25, 2021 we will use 'Zoom Webinar' to offer Live Meditations & Lectures. This allows us to offer the best quality, safety and flexibility.
The join link for each Live session will appear in the e-mail announcements and on 30NOW.nl/live.

If you have not used Zoom before, install the (once) Zoom Application.
You can respond using the chat and you will not appear yourself.

Splitting up into (live online) groups for interactive contact moments, with images and sound, is sometimes part of a Live Course.
For this, supervisors use 'Breakout Rooms' in Zoom.

As a participant you always have the option not to participate in Breakout Rooms. In that case, you will stay in the so-called “Main Room” when the Breakout Rooms are active.

The supervisor will tell you the necessary information about this. You can also contact us if you have any questions Team Support.

Here you will find all information about 30NOW Live and Live Meditations. Do you have any other questions or comments about 30NOW Live? Please contact Team Support.

The substantive line that we at 30NOW Following is a contemporary approach to Buddhist meditation. Central is the practice of mindfulness or attention: an acknowledging awareness of physical and mental experiences. Although there are differences in styles and content of the meditations offered, they all align with the principle of mindfulness. Meditations are also offered that can develop other qualities such as calmness, kindness and compassion.

See also 30NOW.nl/about-30now

The facilitator chooses the topic/theme for the Live session. Topics can also be suggested by members.

Facilitators decide for themselves when and with what regularity they organize a Live Meditation or Lecture. on 30NOW.nl/supervisors you can also view per supervisor who is currently organizing Live Meditations and Live Lectures.
Tip: View 30NOW.nl/live for the current planning and/or use the Live Announcements and receive an announcement in your mailbox 12 hours before each Live session.

Yes that's right. Live sessions will be offered from December 2019 with image/video and sound/audio.

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