May 2017 – Buddhafield Newsletter


Buddhafield Festival Workshops announced!

We’re pleased to announce that this year’s workshops line-up is now available! This year’s delights include Ecstatic Dance with Jewels Wingfield, Rainforest Singing with Su Hart from Baka Beyond, Shamanic Sound Healing with Paul Vermette, Emotional Intelligence for Parents and Children with Karen Pike, Haiku Poetry With Matti Spence and tons more. Check out our website for more details.

Our Word Up! Spoken word pace also now has line-up information. Come and give your ears, heart and mind a treat!

The Buddhafield Festival takes place from 12th to 16th July in the Blackdown Hills. Get your mitts on some of our lovely tickets!


Women’s Retreat: ‘A Deeper Joy’

Come and join us on the Buddhafield Women’s retreat, which runs from 9th to 16th June. Our theme is ‘A Deeper Joy’ – exploring this aspect of Buddhist practice, through mindfulness, connecting with nature and our bodies, and singing. Optional yoga. Great organic food, a beautiful Devon site with owls, in a secluded, quiet valley with woodland and streams, and great company!

Cost: By donation.

Led by: Ambaravajri and Dayajoti.

Booking: On the website.


Practising Mindfulness on the Land

Boarded by the stream and the ancient Nymet woods, Easterbrook meadow is an ideal setting to explore the Buddha’s teaching on mindfulness based on the Satipatthana and Anapanasati suttas. The team bring a depth of practice and experience to facilitate an opening to depth and magic through meditation, ritual, reflection and stillness.

Cost: By donation.

Led by: Manjuvajra, Amaragita and Jayaraja.

Booking: On the website.

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