Weekend Retreat: Still Point of the Turning World
A residential weekend retreat for newcomers to meditation and those who have learnt to meditate.
As the festive season starts to crank up we also look to wind down; join us on this weekend of meditation, reflection and simple community living.
Take the opportunity to step off the wheel into the still point at the centre of our lives; deepening your practice and exploring how a Buddhist perspective could helpfully bring about change in your life.
This weekend will be led by Arthasiddhi and Vidyasakhi.
This is an ideal retreat for you if you have never been on retreat before. Want to know more about what going on retreat is like? Have a look at our Retreat FAQs page.
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We can offer a limited number of assisted places if your financial circumstances prevent you from going on the retreat. Please contact us for details.
Important: the diet is vegetarian/vegan, and the recipes are planned and the food is bought in advance. If you have a food allergy or medical condition requiring a special diet, please email us the details on receipt of your booking confirmation. Its best also to check with the organiser when you arrive.
If you need to arrive slightly late or leave before the end, please consult with the retreat leader now.
Lost property: if you leave something behind, it is important that you talk with the Buddhist Centre first and not the retreat venue.
Retreats are a special event where people enjoy coming together and support one another to practice the Dharma. While every care will be given to all those attending, the Cambridge Buddhist Centre cannot be responsible for the loss of personal possessions, nor look after you appropriately if you fail to disclose important information about your health. If in doubt please consult us now.