We’re pleased to announce two new weekend retreats for 2018.
At Easter 2018, Barry Daniel will be leading a walking retreat in the English Lake District, combining walking in the mountains with meditation. An opportunity to get lots of exercise, make friends and develop mindfulness, all with a Middle Way theme and at the same time! Please see this page for more details.
In July 2018, Robert M Ellis will also be leading a retreat on the Christian Middle Way – for anyone (whether self-identified as ‘Christian’ or not) who wants to work positively with appreciating the meaning of the Christian tradition whilst avoiding absolute beliefs. This retreat is timed to coincide with the release of Robert’s new book ‘The Christian Middle Way: The case against Christian belief but for Christian faith’ and will include several talks by Robert, as well as discussion and meditation. Please see this page for more details.
There are also still a few places left on our Autumn Retreat: Compassion, Imagination and the Middle Way led by Nina Davies (Nov 10th-12th 2017). Book now!
Announcing our autumn weekend retreat 2017, Compassion, imagination and the Middle Way, led by Nina Davies in Sussex UK! Please see this page for more details.
Announcing our Summer Retreat for 2017!
This will take place as usual at Anybody’s Barn, Worcestershire with our usual mix of meditation, talks, discussion, arts and free time. The dates this year are 18th-25th August, and you will be able to book for the initial weekend only if you can’t manage the whole week. Our theme is five basic principles of the Middle Way. Please go to this page for more details.
Our first retreat of 2016 will be an informal weekend event, without a set theme but with our usual mixture of activities – meditation, arts and discussion. It will take place at Chatcull in rural Staffordshire, in the north-west midlands of England from 11th-13th March. See this page for details and to book your place.
From September I will be offering two different online discussion groups, using Skype and meeting alternate Sundays at 18:00. There will be an introductory group (using ‘Migglism’) and a regulars’ group (using ‘Middle Way Philosophy’). This is a chance to learn more, meet other interested people and explore the Middle Way both in experience and in critical reflection, wherever you are in the world. Please see the online discussion groups page for more details and to book your (free) place.