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Have You Settled for Truth as coming from your Experience and Perception of it, or an Event?

I taught my first insight meditation retreat in Dharamsala in the foothills of the Himalayas in the autumn of 1974 with around 30 participants. I am not sure how many retreats I have given since then but at a rough guess around 750 – 1000 ranging from day long retreats to week-long residential retreats, plus longer ones. Continue reading 



What is the Ultimate Truth? Video/Audio. 90 mins. with Christopher. Guided Meditation. Talk. Q and A. Via Sangha Live. Sunday 5 June 2022

The world of mind-body, mindfulness, meditation and well-being maximises priority in the language of conventional or relative truth.

The relative truth consists of a perception that certain conditions have arisen. For example, certain conditions generate stress, problems or intense suffering. This requires wise attention and change relative to the experience. Continue reading 



A Crisis in Belief – secular, religious and spiritual. A talk in St. Mary’s Church, Totnes, Devon. 6 pm-6.45 pm Thursday 15 July, 2021.

St. Mary’s Church in Totnes high street dates back around 1000 years with the current Anglican church built in the 15th century.
More than a 1000 years of Christian prayer have filled this sacred area.

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Zoom Retreat. 9 am 23 April – 27 April 2021. Audio Recordings of DharmaTalks, Guided Meditations etc. Retreat theme: Mindfulness – Meditation – Freedom of Being.

Here are recorded audio talks of Zoom Retreat

I will place links below for the Dharma talk, Q and A, etc for the Zoom Retreat from morning of 23 April to Tuesday 27 April.

Links will be placed daily. Continue reading 



A 10-day Dharma-Yatra (Teachings-Pilgrimage) near Reutlingen, one hour from Stuttgart in southern Germany from 7 – 17 August 2021

We are sending you a heartfelt invitation to join us in this years Dharma Yatra in Germany. If the circumstances allow, we will offer another eco-pilgrimage from the 7 – 17 August 2021.

This Dharma Yatra will take place near the town of Reutlingen, an hour on the train from Stuttgart in south Germany. The teachers for the German Dharma Yatra will be Christopher Titmuss and Ulla Koenig.
We have places for a maximum of 60 adults and 10 children under the age of 16 years. The registration fee is €120.00 (€12.00 per day) for adults. This helps cover numerous costs.

We appeal for donations at the end of our eco-pilgrimage to cover costs including equipment, food, rent of vehicles to carry food, tents and backpacks and morel.

By early April, around 30 adults and children have registered.
You will find all the information on our website including what to bring, how to reach the first campsite and much more.

Our pilgrimage will explore ways to support participants to be Agents of Change in daily life. We offer teachings and practices on mindfulness, insight meditation, yoga, the heart, diet, eco-living and the climate emergency.
You can register on our website

https://www.dharmayatraworldwide.org/.

We look forward to seeing you. It is a wonderful event.

We have contact with the local authorities. We expect to know by 1 July 2021 whether government grants permission for our pilgrimage. An email will go to all those who have registered within a day or two of finding out whether the government grants confirmation or not. Refunds will be made or, if you wish, registration cost will be kept for the following year.




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