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Jeff Foster Friday 9th December (£11 pay online or £15 at door) -

Author Jeff Foster will be speaking St Anne's Church in Soho. It is £11 if you pay via paypal by following the prompts to rsvp on this site.  Otherwise it is £15 on the door.

The talk will start at 7pm sharp and doors are open from 6.30pm.

St Anne's Church is located at St Anne's Soho. 55 Dean St, London, W1D 6AF

Meeting in Nonduality with Jeff Foster. “Awakening to an Intimacy Beyond Words” What if life is infinitely simpler than you ever imagined? We spend our lives seeking wealth, success, love, fulfilment, and even ‘spiritual enlightenment’ in the future. Yet right at the heart of life there is an intimacy, a simplicity, a wholeness that is totally beyond words – and which cannot be reached through any kind of effort. In our attempts to change, to improve ourselves, or become ‘enlightened’, we end up ignoring this wordless intimacy which is our birthright and our true home.

Jeff Foster shares the timeless message of nonduality (non-separation), something that is ultimately impossible to put into words, in a simple, human and down-to-earth way, avoiding as much as possible the arcane, heavy, outdated and often self-righteous spiritual language of the past. Jeff is not affiliated with any spiritual path, teacher, tradition or lineage, and believes that the truth - that which is present and alive - is absolutely free and cannot be captured by any religion, ideology, philosophy, belief system, or person. However, perhaps it can be shared, in friendship and openness, with those who are open to going beyond their beliefs and concepts about life. With great humour, compassion and clarity, Jeff reminds us of something we have always known – that life, as it is, is a miracle… and beyond our thoughts, we are already free.

Meetings with Jeff are always very friendly and informal, and there are plenty of opportunities to ask questions, if questions arise. And of course, if you just want to sit in silence and listen, then that's fine too!

Jeff Foster graduated in Astrophysics from Cambridge University in 2001. Several years after graduation, following a period of severe depression and illness, he became addicted to the idea of ‘spiritual enlightenment’, and embarked on an intensive spiritual search which lasted for several years. The spiritual search came to an absolute end with the clear seeing that there is only ever Oneness. In the clarity of this seeing, life became what it always was: spontaneous, clear, joyful and fully alive, and Jeff began to write and talk about nonduality (which he often calls "the utterly, utterly obvious"). He holds meetings and retreats in the UK and Europe, clearly and directly pointing to the frustrations surrounding the spiritual search, to the nature of mind, and to the Clarity at the heart of everything. His uncompromising approach, full of humour and compassion, shatters the mind’s hopes for a future awakening, revealing the awakening that is always already present, right in the midst of life.

Jeff's website: http://www.lifewithoutacentre.com/

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  • Tea-ji

    heart talking ... and meeting friends inc new ones lovely

    January 4, 2012

  • A former member
    A former member

    interesting and enlightening talk, a bit boring though..

    December 11, 2011

  • Mohammed

    Jeff's metaphor of the ocean and the waves was very helpful for me, and also his talk about total and deep acceptance was very clear and liberating in its effect to this listener. Thanks Jeff, and thanks to the organizers. love and light mo

    December 11, 2011

  • Sherie D.

    Jeff Foster is simply incredible! He articulates this message in a profoundly beautiful manner. I thoroughly enjoyed the meeting. It was deeply moving and highly enjoyable at the same time.

    December 10, 2011

  • sanya

    Was nice to hear Jeff speak. Inspiring

    December 10, 2011

  • sarah

    Dear Brett, Erminio and Marian, Thank you for all the hard work you did to organize such a big event. It was very well done and I greatly appreciated all of your efforts on behalf of the meetup group to organize such a good meeting with Jeff. Also, of course, thanks to Jeff for coming to meet up with us. Sincerely, Sarah

    December 10, 2011

  • christopher j.

    what he says is great and i have a lot of respect for him but i just prefer simple enquiry as a way of pointing to the truth.

    December 10, 2011

  • A former member
    A former member

    Great, I love Jeff, I always come away from seeing him with a feeling of deep acceptance and self love. Lovely, aware, funny man.

    December 10, 2011

  • A former member
    A former member

    Wonderful meetup. Jeff gave us a well grounded, uncomplicated and clear description of spiritual reality. He offers a glimpse behind the curtain of our life's illusion and grinning shouts: 'Come on in! The water's fine.'

    December 10, 2011

  • Ian

    Jeff was fine but the seats are incredibly uncomfortable - a pain in itself but accompanied by the constant squeaking of shifting metal chairs

    December 10, 2011

  • A former member
    A former member

    Jeff's message is profoundly yet simple. the whole event was very well organised and I loved it !!

    December 10, 2011

  • Daniel A.

    Thanks so much, really looking forward to it :)

    September 28, 2011

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