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Zoom Retreat. Mindfulness. Insight Meditation. Tuesday 6 July to Sunday 11 July 2021. On donation.

ZOOM RETREAT

Evening Tuesday 6 July – Sunday morning 11 July.

Theme: Facing and Responding to Reality

All are welcome. New and experienced meditators.

Retreat with Christopher Titmuss

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India Time. Three -day Zoom Vipassana Retreat with Christopher and Suchitra. Thursday 17 June to Sunday 20 June 2021

Mindfulness, Insight Meditation (Vipassana) and Freedom to Be

Christopher and Suchitra Shenoy

Thursday 24 -Sunday morning 27 June, 2021. Continue reading 



Timetable for international Zoom Retreats with Christopher Titmuss.

Here is the Timetable for Zoom Retreats, plus relevant information.

This Zoom retreat will consist of four meetings on Zoom per day. These meetings will include a Dharma talk, mindfulness meditation instructions, guided meditations, question and answers and small group meeting to check practice.. Continue reading 



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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S.N. Goenka. Emissary of Insight. A Review of a Biography of a Vipassana (Insight Meditation) teacher.

This biography gives an outline of the life of S.N. Goenka, an international Vipassana (Insight Meditation) Teacher, who set up around 120 vipassana centres (page 117) worldwide.

To his everlasting credit, Goenka ensured that all his centres stayed 100% true to the Buddhist tradition of dana (a donation, a gift, the practice of generosity) for all participants in his courses. The staff also offer their services freely. Continue reading 




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