The Hub is a comprehensive guide
to the teachings of Christopher Titmuss
You will find teachings on websites, audio talks, social media and books.
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Contains a comprehensive exploration of features of mindfulness. 50 questions and answers on mindfulness. Quotes from the Buddha on mindfulness, guided meditations in written form, spiritual teachings, guided audio meditations and a reflection on the nature of emptiness.
Provides guidelines to explore meditation, mindfulness in daily life and application of ethics. Contains Buddha Study Guide (BSG), to download to study texts to apply to daily life – modest registration. List of various Buddhist/spiritual centres, East and West, for practice.
Here are some 380 audio Dharma talks for free download. Ranging in length from 35 -60 minutes, talks include a wide range of themes from depths of meditation, to divine love and an enlightened life.
Around 166 audio talks available for free download on iTunes.
Dharma Seed Tape Library
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The blog offers a Buddhist perspective. Launched in 2006, this weekly blog addresses a wide range of issues. Blogs include critiques of science, medicine, corporations, political institutions and spiritual authorities. There are 12 major topics – poems, daily life issues, book reviews, mindfulness and business analysis. Around 10,000 logs onto the blog every month.
Dharma Channel: Christopher Titmuss. The channel contains around 80 videos and audio starting at around five minutes in length and longer. The Channel includes short talks, guided meditations and dialogues.
Christopher Titmuss, a senior Dharma teacher in the West, offers retreats, facilitates pilgrimages and leads Dharma events worldwide. His teachings focus on insight meditation (vipassana), the expansive heart and enquiry into emptiness and liberation.
Poet, photographer and social critic, he is the author of numerous books including Light on Enlightenment, The Mindfulness Manual and Poems from the Edge on Time. More than 1000 of his talks are freely available as a podcast on www.archive.org
Christopher writes a weekly Dharma blog on a wide variety of global issues.
A former Buddhist monk in Thailand and India, he teaches in Australia, India, Israel, France and Germany every year. Christopher has been teaching annual retreats in India since 1975. He has lived in Totnes, Devon, England since 1982.