Meditation and contemplation sound like passive and solitary ways of being, but they come through us in active and engaging ways. They shape who we feel ourselves to be, and they affect how connected we feel we are to the world. We find that cultivating connection to ourselves and the world naturally leads into positive actions that change the world. Meditation in Action's projects and events serve to support that wish.

Do you have or know of a project we could support?

We're always open to working with new projects.
Whether that means bringing our unique skills into an already running organisation, or in supporting an idea into fruition, if you feel we can be of help, do get in touch.

Engaged Dharma Retreats and Charitable Work


SanghaSeva offer "Meditation in Action" retreats in India, Europe and Israel-Palestine.

Whether we are planting trees on deforested land, openly listening to people's suffering, or massaging the stiff limbs of a healed leper, love and wisdom can come through.

Retreats combining positive action with inner exploration and growth

Spring Up Foundation

Spring Up Foundation supports a hopeful future by funding further education in Palestine.

There are many young Palestinians who would like to expand their skill set or to study for a profession but due to living under military occupation they do not have the means to finance it themselves.

Help make a difference or learn more at Spring Up Foundation

Developing Practices for Inner and Outer Transformation

Being Peace

To learn to live together on this beautiful planet we need both outer and inner transformation.

Exploring the techniques and tools for inner and outer work so that we can unlock our shared potential. Can we begin the transformation of the world right here and now with ourselves, our views, and our actions?

Learn the ways to "be the change you wish to see" at Being Peace

Daily Life Matters

Daily life offers many opportunities to bring sensitivity into the meeting of spirituality and practicality.

It's difficult to know who we can trust, what to prioritise, or even which things are worth doing. Let's find uniquely creative responses to express our humanity; exploring ethics, the environment, and money.

Join the exploration at Daily Life Matters