About the Author

Nicholas Buxton is the Director of St Antony’s Priory, a retreat centre in Durham, and the founder of ‘Just Meditation’ and the Newcastle Meditation Centre (2016-20).

He has a PhD in Buddhist philosophy from Cambridge, is an Anglican priest and an experienced meditation teacher and retreat leader, having studied and practised extensively within both Buddhist and Christian monastic traditions since the 1990s.

In 2014 he founded Just Meditation in order to develop a distinctive approach to the learning and practice of meditation that is simple, accessible and inclusive: everyday meditation for everyone.

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Complete Bibliography

 

Books

Just Meditation: everyday meditation for everyone, Durham: Magic Monastery, 2020.

The Wilderness Within: Meditation and Modern Life, London: Canterbury Press, 2014.

Ed. with R. Noake, Religion, Society and God: The Role of Faith in Contemporary Britain, London: SCM Press, 2013.

Tantalus and the Pelican: Exploring Monastic Spirituality Today, London: Continuum Books, 2009.

 

Audio Books

The Wisdom of the Desert, Wise Studies, 2018.

 

Articles and Chapters

Prayer for the Day Vol II: 365 Inspiring Daily Reflections (contributor), London: Watkins Publishing, 2016.

Prayer for the Day Vol I: 365 Inspiring Daily Reflections (contributor), London: Watkins Publishing, 2014.

‘Creating the Sacred: Artist as Priest, Priest as Artist’ in Arya, R. (Ed.), Contemplations of the Spiritual in Art, Oxford: Peter Lang, 2013.

Review of Laura Belém and Shaeron Caton-Rose, Art and Christianity 71 (2012): 9-10.

Review of Air and Aether, Liverpool Cathedral, Art and Christianity 65 (2011): 15.

‘Not Exactly a Selling Point: Religion and Reality TV’ in Thomas, L. (Ed.), Religion, Consumerism and Sustainability: Paradise Lost? London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010.

‘Seeing the Self as Other: Televising Religious Experience’ in Deacy, C. and Arweck, E. (Eds), Exploring Religion and the Sacred in a Media Age, Aldershot: Ashgate, 2009.

‘Stability’ in Holdaway, G. (Ed.), The Oblate Life: A Handbook for Spiritual Formation, Norwich: Canterbury Press, 2008.

‘The Crow and the Coconut: Accident, coincidence, and causation in the Yogavasistha.’ Philosophy East & West 56 (2006): 393-409.

Review of G. Fields, ‘Religious Therapeutics: Body and Health in Yoga, Ayurveda, and Tantra’ (New York 2001) Mental Health, Religion & Culture 6 (2003): 103-105.

‘Is Jung’s view of God a non-realist one?’  Filozofija 2 (2002): 71-82.

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