One-day Silent Retreat
SERIES OF ONGOING ONE-DAY SILENT RETREATS organised by Newron Medical Services in collaboration with Janki Foundation
Retreats allow us to physically and mentally get away from our daily roles and routines, literally have a ‘re-treat’, a break”. They are an opportunity to have space and time to recharge our batteries, away from the busyness and our usual distractions, in a supportive and beautiful environment. We have time to reflect and focus on ourselves, our thoughts, and feelings which can then help us to regain perspective on our lives and give clarity to make day to day decisions. The experience can empower and inspire us to gain new ideas to practise or to think about in order to reconnect to our inner selves and our spiritual lives bringing more calm and fulfilment.
The focus of the retreats is on silence – The retreats are guided, with an inspirational talk by the lead speaker at the beginning of the day followed by silence (no talking) for 3.5 hours, and ending the day with sharing of reflections and insights. Participants are able to walk, rest, meditate, pray, read, draw and paint, amongst other possibilities. Each person has a unique experience of the retreat according to their needs and priorities.
Walking in Peace led by Dr Julia Ronder, Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist and Certified Mindful Self-Compassion Teacher.
How do we learn to spread peace with every step and to walk without burden?
Who can join? The retreats are designed for healthcare professionals, but as everyone cares for another, those from all professional and spiritual backgrounds are welcome. The days are ideally aimed at those already experienced and comfortable with silence.
How do I book to attend?
Booking is essential due to the limited number of places – Retreat Application Form
For further enquiries please email Newronretreats@gmail.com.
Donations to Quiet View are welcome – ( suggested donation £20) –
The Quiet View 16-15-20 10056211
Extras to know:
Tea, coffee and refreshments will be provided. Please bring a packed lunch, and also feel free to bring blankets, cushions, diaries, art or written materials to support your day.
Structure of The Quiet View retreat day:
|10.30am – 11.00am||Registration and coffee|
|11.00am||Retreat leader shares experiences and ideas to practice|
|12.00noon||Silence – Time for walking, sitting still, and quiet (packed) lunch|
|4.00pm||Tea and end|