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Daily Meditation Recordings with Christopher Titmuss- Week of June 10, 2024

Christopher Titmuss

We’re fortunate that Christopher Titmuss has generously offered to lead our daily meditation sessions for Europe and the UK. To find out more about Christopher, and to view his other contributions to Sangha Live, click here.


This week’s topic is “Letting Go. An Act of the Will?


We pick up a hot coal in the morning from the wood burner.

Ouch, we let go immediately. No thought. No desire. Instant letting go.

The language of letting go has entered into the mind of the meditator.

It is often not a solution but an ambitious state of mind.

Letting go reveals an outcome of understanding.

We can tell ourselves a 1000 times we should let go and it’s to no avail.

The desire to let go shows we are not ready to let go.

We will explore the preparation for letting go and wise responses employing at times letting go.


What are we holding on to?

June 10, 2024

Why do we keep telling ourselves to let go but we can’t?

June 11, 2024

Why does understanding make letting go effortless?

June 12, 2024

Life unfolds in a process of letting go.

June 13, 2024

Liberation confirms nothing is worth being identified with

June 14, 2024

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