Buddhism and social change in an intimate late summer gathering. The camp aims to deepen our resilience and explore our collective potential.
In turbulent times how do we find the motivation and inner resources to effect positive change without reacting from anxiety, fear, and anger? The principles taught by the Buddha are of benefit to those seeking effective and sustained social transformation.
Through talks, group discussion and practical workshops we will explore the skills available to us for stepping out into the world with our intentions sustained and resourced.
An off-grid, drug and alcohol-free, temporary community where creativity can weave and connections can deepen. Expect the opportunity to network and collaborate through discourse, movement, music, play and fireside story and song.
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Adult Supporting Tickets
Purchasing an Adult Supporting ticket will help fund activists and buddhists that would benefit from attending and are unable to pay themselves, as well as giving you entry to the event.
Our concession price is offered on a trust basis. If you are on benefits, or have a very low income, then please feel free to book this ticket.
Day tickets will be available on the gate for Saturday £30, and Sunday £15 please note that Sunday is a half day, the event finishes on the Sunday afternoon with a closing ritual at about midday.
A meal pass can be purchased online that will cover all meals (breakfast, lunch, dinner) from Wednesday dinner through to Sunday lunch at the Buddhafield Cafe. We are unfortunately unable to cater to individual food allergies and intolerances, however, there is the option with the meal pass to go on the 'Restricted diets' list. Main meals for Restricted diets consist of a gluten-free grain, such as rice or quinoa, and steamed veg. If this would best suit your dietary needs, please come to the cafe on arrival to add your name to the list.
To volunteer at GEA, go to our Partcipate site