The Quiet View invites you to experience peace of heart in the Garden of Kent

A Centre for Contemplative Spirituality, the Quiet View is rooted in Christianity but welcomes people of all faiths or none. In an area of outstanding natural beauty, the garden is approximately 2 acres in east Kent, surrounded by rolling countryside.
It has been designed to provide secluded quiet ‘rooms’ for stillness and reflection and people in need of spiritual refreshment are invited to book a retreat individually or as a group. There is a variety of indoor spaces too, including a large yurt that boasts a log-burning stove that provides warmth and cosiness on cold or wet days.
Book a space to follow your own programme or join in our Programme of Events.

Solstice Sacred Earth Chants

Sunday 2nd February 4.30-7.30pm with Naomy Raven Celebrate Imbolc and the promise of Spring with Songs and chants that honour Mother Earth, sending healing out with our voices to our beautiful Earth, reconnecting us to deeper parts of ourselves and All Our Relations. We shall sing some of our familiar chants and some special ones for Inbolc, honouring the growing light from the dark introspective magic magic of midwinter and looking towards to spring and celebrating new life which is growing but mostly hidden under the soil. .

Kirtan Sacred Chanting

Friday 17th January 7pm – 9pm led by Phillippe Sibaud Kirtan comes from the Vedic tradition of Sanskrit mantras and is becoming popular in the West in modern times. It has been described as ‘..singing of God’s name with feeling’ and helps us connect to our inner sacred voice to find healing and peace and our connection with the world. Phillippe has recently graduated with Nikki Slade, the UK’s leading trainer in Western Style Kirtan. He is a trustee and writer for the Gaia Foundation and has worked with indigenous peoples.

Yogarden Retreats

Celebrating the Seasons with Yoga, Meditation and Chanting with our Yoga Teacher Sue Hodgkins. LAST ONE THIS YEAR COMING UP! A series of 4 days 23rd March, 22nd June, 21st September and 28th December 2019- to coincide with the Spring Equinox, Summer Solstice, Autumn Equinox and Winter Solstice / New Year Also have time to spend in the beautiful surroundings of the garden. Teas and coffee will be available, bring your own lunch. Space is very limited - maximum 7 persons - so book early.

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