Silent Practice Day (19/05/13)

Silent Practice Day – Sunday 19th May
10 am – 4 pm
Cost: Free
Non-members welcome
Venue: Cresswell Village Hall (map)

Allow yourself a day of liberating silence.

We are organising a silent practice day, consisting of alternating periods of sitting and walking meditation.

A day of silence is a great way to learn and deepen your meditation practice. It can help to attune you to your external environment and start to notice what’s going on internally. It can help you to slow down and practice being fully mindful in the present moment.

This day will be a chance to practise a whole day of sitting and walking meditation in silence. You can sit on one of the chairs in the hall, or alternatively bring your own cushion or a meditation stool. It’s open for anyone with experience of meditation in any tradition, who wishes to experience a period of silence within the accepting and supportive atmosphere of a group.

Please bring your own packed lunch.

For more information please email

“Being silent means more than just holding your tongue. It means listening for the
softest, most subtle sound of all – the sound of the soul.” -Tijn Touber

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