Sacred singing - Monday 17th December (followed by drinks and mince pies)
Sesshin - day of alternating meditation and peace dances - see DUP page
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This dedicated space in my garden is a beautiful wooden hexagonal room; it seats up to 25 or accommodates 16 dancers in a circle. The views across the valley are a constant nourishment to the spirit.
Just below Thrupp Primary School, 1.5 miles south-east of Stroud, above the A419 Cirencester Rd. See directions.
Unaccompanied chanting/harmony group one evening a month - 1st Monday 7.30-9.15pm.
Dances of Universal Peace
In these dances, we sing sacred mantras and make simple movements in a circle. They are a moving meditation or a body-prayer and can help us access deeper aspects of being than our busy analytical minds allow.
True story - or rural myth?
In summer, our singing at dusk often seems to elicit a response from blackbirds and owls in the garden. That reminds me that