Christopher’s Teaching Schedule:
Australia October 31 to November 18, 2015
Meditation Retreats to be held in northern NSW
October 31 – November 1, 2015
A Two day non-residential retreat at Temple Byron in Byron Bay, NSW.
With Christopher Titmuss and Radha Nicholson. 9 – 4 pm daily.
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Tuesday November 3, 18.00 to Sunday November 8 lunch, 2015
A Silent retreat at the Forest Meditation Centre with Christopher Titmuss and Radha Nicholson
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This classical Vipassana retreat will include comprehensive meditation instructions in `Viipassana (Insight) meditation, a daily talk and regular one to one meetings with Christopher and Radha. The retreat offers the oportunity to go deeply into ourselves in a supportive and caring atmosphere. The retreat points to inner renewal, a deep sense of presence and the emptying of the mind for fresh perceptions and insights. Suitable for new and experienced meditators. No groups. Suitable for new and experienced meditators.
TUES 10 NOV. 18.00 – SUN 15TH NOVEMBER 2015, 13.00.
A retreat at Bundagen with Christopher Titmuss, Will James and Nadine Jayne.
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This retreat will include mindfulness, insight meditation, the inner and outer life. Instructions will be offered in the four postures of sitting, walking, standing and reclining posture, as well inter-views, dharma inquiry and daily teachings.Wednesday 18 November, 2015, 7 – 9.30 pm Mindful Living, Wise Living Relaxation Centre 15 South Pine Road (between Alderley Avenue and Wakefield Street) Alderley Brisbane 4051 07 3856 3733
Mindfulness has its roots in the teachings of the Buddha. More than two million people have participated in mindfulness courses/programmes in the West in the past two decades.
Mindfulness is often defined as “being in the here and now without judging.” Is this enough? In the traditional teaching, mindfulness includes ethics, meditation, insight, spirituality and finding of wisdom in daily life. Are there areas in our daily life which require greater mindfulness? What are the practical ways to explore mindfulness? The evening programme will consist of a talk on the theme, questions and answers and sharing in small groups.
May all beings live with wisdom