The Meditatio Centre London

Meditation and  community in the heart of the city. 

About The Meditatio Centre

singing bowl on a meditation cushion

At the heart of everything we offer at The Meditatio Centre is the practice of meditation. This way of contemplative silence as we teach it is rooted in the teaching of Jesus on prayer and by the tradition that put it into practice. In meditation we learn to live from the silent dynamic centre which unites all humanity, a centre in which we are freed to engage with life itself, in all its aspects and in all its fullness.

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The Meditatio Centre Programme 2023 is here!

Art Exhibitions

Artist Elaine Smith invites you to her PRIVATE VIEW

on Wednesday 30 November 6.00 – 8.00 pm

Please join us  

Please contact us if you would like to show your work here. 020 7278 2070 

Our Bookshop

We have a wonderful selection of resources including John Main OSB, Laurence Freeman OSB, Christian Mystics, contemplative Christianity, interfaith, science, poetry and more.

Please give us a call if you would like to come to buy- just to make sure we are open.

020 7278 2070


Meditate with us

In-Person Meditation over Summer
Monday-Thursday 1.00-1.30pm (UK)

Live Virtual Meditation
Wednesdays, 1.00-1.30pm (UK)

All faiths and lineages welcome. To keep a strong bond with our community we offer this free daily in-person meditation and weekly virtual meditation. 

New to Meditation?

Meditation is a universal spiritual wisdom and a practice found at the core of all the great religious traditions. It leads the practitioner from mind to heart and to the integration of the human being. It is not an esoteric or complicated  practice. It is a learning process most of which is, in fact, an unlearning.  It is an unlearning of our conditioning and imaginary responses to reality.

Words From Our Community

“What wonderfully rich and diverse set of talks. It must have taken an enormous amount of work to arrange this great programme and it is a pleasure and privilege to be part of it.”  

Rosemary Phizackerley
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