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Rob Burbea, the insight meditation teacher, has inhaled his last breath. As the birds woke up on the Full Moon (7 May 2020) marking the Buddha’s full awakening …

Today is the Full Moon of May. The Buddhist tradition marks the birth, death and enlightenment around 2600 years ago of Gautama the Buddha.

The facing of sickness, pain and death served as the trigger for Gotama, aged 29, to depart from the pleasures and privileges of the Royal Palace to explore the depth of experience. Continue reading 



Retreats in India in February 2020 with Christopher in Thai Monastery, Sarnath. Radha teaches in Thai Monastery, Bodh Gaya.

INDIA (47th year of Christopher teaching in India)

TO REGISTER FOR SARNATH RETREAT

CHRISTOPHER TITMUSS

Thai Monastery, Sarnath, near Varanasi

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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 



On Loss, Grief and Liberation. A review of The Magnamimous Heart by Narayan Liebenson

THE MAGNANIMOUS HEART

Compassion & Love, Loss & Grief, Joy & Liberation

Narayan Liebenson’

Wisdom Publications, USA Continue reading 



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 




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