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Christopher Titmuss bio

Christopher Titmuss, a senior Dharma teacher in the West, offers retreats, facilitates pilgrimages and leads Zoom meetings in five time zones.

His teachings focus on insight meditation (vipassana), the expansive heart and enquiry into emptiness/liberation. Poet, social critic and blogger, he is the author of more than 20 books including Light on Enlightenment, Spiritual Roots of Mindfulness and Poems from the Edge of Time.

In 2021, Christopher wrote a 500-page Memoir, Ten Years and Ten Days, a comprehensive account of his time in the East including six years as a Buddhist monk. Available on Amazon worldwide.

He is the founder of Mindfulness Teacher Training Course. More than 1000 of his talks are freely available on and as podcasts. He lives in Totnes, Devon, England.

Christopher has four grandchildren. Nshorna, his only child, is the founder and CEO of The Wise Lotus Centre in Letchworth Garden City, Herts, UK – 35 minutes on train north of London

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