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Dharma, Dana (Donations), Teachers and the Retreat

The Buddhist tradition has a beautiful, long love affair with the tradition of dana – a Pali word meaning generosity, donation, gifts, the practice of offering support. Continue reading 



Who am I? 90 minutes Online. Do join. 18.00 UK time. Sunday 10 March, 2019. Host is WorldwideInsight

Sunday March 10th 2019. Online.  Led by Christopher Titmuss.
Christopher offers 30 minute meditation instruction, 30 minute teachings, and live Q&A on video.
Offered on dana (donation)
1am Pacific US Time,
2pm Eastern US time,
6pm UK time,
7pm European time. Please note the earlier-than-usual start time in the UK and Europe.

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Upcoming Teachings. Brighton and Totnes, England in January 2019, India in February and online in March

Saturday 19 January 2019. Brighton, Sussex, England. One day course.

Thursday 10 and 24 January 2019. Totnes Meditation Group. Evening.

Guided Meditation and Q and A. Continue reading 



How to Make a Good Cuppa Tea. 15 Easy Steps. A Spiritual Expression of Mindfulness.

Various friends, often internationals, come and visit me at home in Totnes, England.

They kindly offer to make a cup of tea. Well intentioned. No training in making a cup of tea. No idea. Bless ’em. Continue reading 



To Be English means not to be English. What a relief. 32 Favourite Choices of the English.

We, the English,

clearly prefer a non-English way of life.

  1. Our favourite  hot drink –  a cuppa tea (from Sri Lanka/India)
  2. Our second favourite hot drink –  a coffee (Africa, Arab nations, South America, Italy) Continue reading 



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