We explore what we mean by silence, why it’s important and some simple tools, known as ‘anchors’, that can help you experience silence and stillness.
During this difficult time, and with many Quiet Gardens closed, the Quiet Garden Movement will be sharing collective resources of resilience and hope from Quiet Gardens to nurture our wellbeing and souls.
It may be prayers or poems, photographs or short video tours. It may be a soundscape or an audio reflection. Over the coming weeks we will be sharing online from the Quiet Garden Movement a glimpse and taste of what we cannot share physically
We know that there are lots of creative responses online at the moment, and we don’t want to overload you, so please stay tuned in the most life giving ways for you:
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