top of page
  • Andrew Lewis


Those who have seen my previous blogs on Dalit children will know that all who attend my mindfulness and meditation sessions will be making a contribution towards supporting the poorest children in India. Equanimity is active in sponsoring the education of such children. This is the path out of dire, life threatening poverty for these young ones. For years now, I have pledged £1 in every £5 to the Supporting Dalit Children charity. This will continue and I am pleased to remind anyone who has found benefit from our sessions that in attending they are also providing benefit for some of the poorest children in the world. Thank you.

29 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All

Ebbw Vale Institute.

For all those who come along to the Meditation, Mindfulness, Relaxation sessions at EVI on Monday's and/or Wednesday's, please note that there will be a short break as outlined below: The next Wednesd

Life is not a story

The philosopher John Gray wrote this: 'If you think of your life as a story, you will be tempted to write it to the end. But you do not know how your life will end, or what will happen before it does.

The Marketplace at Athens.

There is a story told of Socrates the ancient Greek philosopher wandering through the busy marketplace at Athens looking at the vast array of goods and products on sale. 'Isn't it wonderful ?' he said


Rated 0 out of 5 stars.
No ratings yet

Add a rating
bottom of page