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From MINDFULNESS to MEDITATION to see FREEDOM of BEING. A Zoom Retreat with Christopher Titmuss. 9 am Friday 23 April to morning Tuesday 27 April 2021. On donation. 

This classical Vipassana (Insight Meditation retreat, via Zoom, will include comprehensive meditation instructions in Insight Meditation, guided meditation, a daily talk and small group meetings on the practice.

The  retreat offers the opportunity to go deeply into ourselves. It points to inner renewal, a deep sense of presence and pointing to fresh perceptions and insights to recognise freedom of being.

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Weekend Insight Meditation Course, via Zoom. Friday 26-Sunday 28 February 2021. Time Zone suitable for Asia.

Weekend Zoom Insight Meditation Course with Christopher Titmuss, assisted by Suchitra Shenoy in India.

The  Zoom meetings take place three times per day with times suitable for Asia, and elsewhere.

Dates for Course: Friday, 26th February to Sunday, 28th February, 2021. Continue reading 



Covid-19 Certificate for Travel. Discretion. Our Important Job Creation Scheme.

Last Thursday, 22 October 2020, I flew out of London Heathrow Airport for the 90 minute flight to Frankfurt Airport, Germany. Around 15 minutes before landing, the flight attendant came to each passenger to ask if we were in transit to another country at Frankfurt or disembarking to stay in Germany. Continue reading 



Join our Tuesday evening online Zoom meeting on Mindfulness in Times of Coronavirusus.

Dear Friends,

This is a heartfelt invitation to join our ‘Mindfulness in Times of Corona Virus‘ meetings online on Zoom on a Tuesday evening. Ask questions. Share your experiences. Continue reading 



An Inquiry. From Ego to Inter-Connectedness and the Expanse

A retreatant participates in an Inquiry. An Inquiry does not include theories, abstract ideas, speculations or views of about the future. She or he sits besides myself in the front of the Dharma hall. A participant can speak about or ask about any significant issue of concern and interest that she or he wishes. An Inquiry might last for five minutes or 25 minutes and sometimes longer.. The Inquiry offers mindful/meditative listening for all of us. An Inquiry can generate an insight or understanding for questioner, listeners and teacher. The participant or myself can say ‘thank you’ to bring the Inquiry to a close at any time.  An inquiry might close with understanding or possibly for further reflection. 

Here is an example of an Inquiry. This Inquiry took place on the retreat in the Thai Monastery in Sarnath, India in February 2020. A few spots of editing help make clear when reading. Different initials used for person. Continue reading 




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