In the light of public health guidance, we have suspended our programme of in-person retreats for the time being. We are arranging a series of online retreats.
Retreats in the countryside
Retreats offer the chance to break out of our usual routines and get a fresh perspective on our life. We can explore meditation and Buddhism much more deeply than is usually possible in an evening class at the Buddhist Centre. These retreats are suitable for anyone who has already completed our Introduction to Buddhist meditation course, unless specified otherwise. Directions to the retreat location and information about the retreat are sent out upon booking or shortly before the retreat date.
Online Day Retreat with SinghashriSunday 31 January 10.30am
Open to all
“I am because we are” is a traditional saying from the African Ubuntu tradition from which we draw inspiration for the day. How do we show up for ourselves and others with an attitude of openness and curiosity, willing to see clearly the parts of us that are both longing for freedom and those still in the shadows, confused, or actively resisting change?
Based in London, Singhashri is an inspiring, creative and articulate Dharma teacher. Read more about her here. We will be asking for donations for Singhashri during the day retreat as she earns her main income from teaching retreats.
You may wish also to visit the Triratna retreats website.