We live in challenging times. Personal, Social and Global. It is easy to get disheartened and overwhelmed.
Venue. 113 Queens Rd, 5th floor, Conference Room, South Wing, Brighton, East Sussex, BN1 3XG, United Kingdom.
Short retreat with Christopher held close to Brighton station.
Photo shows Brighton Pier. The Buddha commented Forms are subject to decay. The rusty pier serves as a reminder to residents and visitors. And we can still dance.
• What enlivens you?
• What nourishes you?
• What do you offer to enliven others?
• Can we offer support and receive support?
• Teachings and practices include happiness, joy, passion, love and a vibrant relationship with life.
• What releases the energy to engage in daily life in an awakened and free-spirited way?
The six hours together will include:
• Guided meditations
• Small groups/sharing
• Q and A
• Short talks.
In Person and Livestreamed
Sunday 21 May 2023. 10 am – 4 pm
Hosted by Bodhi Tree, Brighton.
Participants are invited to share experiences and listen to experiences of others.
Please book online as normal.
Bodhi Tree will send you the Zoom link for the day and other information a couple of days in advance.
Christopher Titmuss, a senior Dharma teacher in the West, offers retreats plus Zoom meetings in five time zones.
His teachings focus on insight meditation (vipassana), the expansive heart and freedom. Poet, social critic and blogger, he is the author of 22 books including Light on Enlightenment, Ten Years and Ten Days (a Memoir) and Poems from the Edge of Time.
He is the founder of Mindfulness Teacher Training Course, which has received a CPD (professional certificate for the training).Course starts in October 2023. www.mindfulnesstrainingcourse.org.
Attend a six-month module or two modules for 12 monoths. Christopher writes a weekly Dharma blog on a wide variety of global issues. A former Buddhist monk in Thailand and India, he has lived in Totnes, Devon, England since 1982.
Bodhi Tree Brighton is an umbrella charity which explores Buddhist practices and build community. We explore a range of expressions of Dharma practice from ancient traditions to modern creative forms.