• Mindfulness secular Silent Retreats

    Finding a Silent Retreat:

    It is important that all mindfulness-based teachers invest in the development of their own personal mindfulness practice. This is a day-by-day, moment-by-moment process involving the cultivation of practice informally in daily life, supported by daily formal meditation practice. A key part of this process is periodically taking several days out of everyday life to dedicate some time to the cultivation of practice in a supported residential setting.

    It is also important that mindfulness-based teachers choose residential practice settings and teachers which are congruent with their work as a mainstream mindfulness teacher. We particularly recommend the retreats offered by Events List or Mindfulness Network CIC which are specifically designed to serve the needs of the mindfulness-based teaching community. We also now run secular mindfulness retreats for full details click here other dates coming soon.