A fun opportunity to be part of a community of like-minded people and to spend time in silence/meditation, exploring new ways of being in a friendly, light and open-hearted atmosphere.
The meetings will follow the format of a 15/20 minute sit, then about 40 minutes sharing with Will Pye on Love, Truth and wellbeing; questions be asked; mindful discussion occur or just more silence enjoyed; we follow guidance, or to put it another way, see what wants to emerge.
Will's sharing will come from this 'not-knowing' rather than any planned talk, preconceived idea or beliefs. The meetings will conclude with another 15/20 min sit. Meditation guidance or advice will be available as required, beginners and advanced practitioners equally welcome. Indeed we hope to have someone with considerable meditation experience and capacity to 'hold space' join the group and become able to lead when Will is travelling.
Will Pye is a social entrepreneur, coach, speaker and workshop leader. Having built companies within the charity fundraising sector he currently works with individuals and groups globally facilitating the inner shifts which make the greatest difference. Will has been a practitioner of Zen, a student of A Course in Miracles, a yogi, a science geek and was recently initiated as a Sufi. He is a lover of Truth.
He offers 'Radical Gratitude' as a distillation of his experiences and explorations into the nature of reality and human potential.A quest to realize the nature of reality and answer life's biggest questions for himself coupled with a desire to escape his suffering, saw an exhaustive study of various fields of human endeavour and an intensive exploration of various transformative practices such as psychological techniques, meditation, yoga, Qi Gong and shamanic work.
When a brain tumor diagnosis at 31 was experienced with nothing but peace, joy, fascination and a sense of opportunity it became clear it was time to share what had been found in service of our evolution. Blessed With A Brain Tumor; Realizing It's All Gift And Learning to Receive is his first book. He divides his time between Melbourne, Australia, Cambridge, England and a teaching itinerary which includes continental Europe and North America.