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The Phiroz Mehta Trust Summer School 2017

From the Editor

We shall be returning this year for our Summer School to Claridge House, in Lingfield, Surrey, and we are hoping that as many people as possible will join us there for what is generally a very happy interlude in our lives.

The dates are from Tuesday 8th to Sunday 13th August, and we shall be staying in a most comfortable Victorian house which has lately been extensively refurbished, and which has an attractive garden.

We shall listen to one or more recorded talks by Phiroz per day, and will probably see DVDs by other spiritual teachers, as well as holding discussions, having readings, going for walks and generally enjoying a few days together.

The vegetarian food is excellent, with some special diets available.

We have most generously been given a special price by the administrators — this will be £400 per person for the five days in an ensuite room, or £350 for a room without private facilities. There are only two of the latter available and it will be a question of ‘first come, first served’, so please indicate if you are willing to have an ensuite room if the two without private facilities have already been taken. All rooms have tea-making equipment.

A non-returnable deposit of £50 should be sent to Rosemary Monk, 47 Lillian Road, London SW13 9JF. Cheques should be made payable to Claridge House. The balance will be payable by mid-July.

Two entirely free places are available for people who have not been to the Summer School before, and we also have a small bursary available to help others who have difficulty in meeting the full cost. Please contact Rosemary Monk on 020 8748 3218 if you are interested. It would however be appreciated if those who are benefiting from the bursary would attend the recorded talks by Phiroz.

We do hope that as many people as possible will come to hear something of the wisdom of Phiroz Mehta, whose work is very little known outside a small circle, and which in many respects is quite unorthodox, for he speaks only from what he truly knows for himself. Please join us.

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