Our next step courses are aimed towards those who already have an understanding of buddhist concepts and philosophy and are ready to explore them in more depth. If you are new to buddhism and the terminology and ideas it uses you may find these courses are a little difficult to follow.
You may notice some of these are also classed as introductory courses. This is because some content is suitable for people who are new to Buddhism, but they also contain information that is a little more advanced and therefore also suitable to people looking to go a bit deeper with their understanding.
Please be aware retreats might be cancelled up to two weeks prior to the event due to lack of numbers or other reasons so please keep this in mind when booking transport.
With Ven Mary Reavey: 10th – 17th August – Places Available
Have you attended Buddhist teachings and feel they could be useful for you but don’t know how to meditate on the subjects you’ve studied or how to apply them to your life? This retreat will answer these questions and more.
With Paula Chichester: 26th – 30th September – Places Available
This retreat will offer a complete teaching on cultivating an understanding of emptiness, activating compassion as well as introducing useful slogans to guide bodhisattva action in daily life. In short, how to create a meaningful and peaceful life.
With Paula Chichester: 4th – 13th October – Places Available
Glorious White Tara is the healer of all ills and giver of long life. This beautiful practice will be the foundation for a retreat focused on experiential meditations that will introduce the tantric sadhana and mantra recitation as a healing method.
With Roy Sutherwood: 26th October – 2nd November – Places Available
This meditation retreat will focus on methods of love and insight working together like two wings of a bird, enabling you to investigate and transform your attitudes while developing positive qualities for yourself and others.