We now announce the public release! Wild Awake: Alone, Offline and Aware in Nature is available for worldwide purchase from our website as paperback or eBook.

Wild Awake will soon be found in UK-based and European Triratna centre bookshops. Note our book distributors’ release in the US and the Americas is in June, so books will take a bit longer to emerge in bookshops outside the UK and Europe.

In Wild Awake, Vajragupta draws on twenty-five years of experience going into nature alone. He recounts how these ‘solitary retreats’ have changed him, how he fell in love with the places he stayed in and the creatures there. It includes a helpful A-Z guide on how to go about your own solitary retreat.

“This is a seriously beautiful book (beautiful places and beautiful writing) – and I believe a wise one too. It is grounded in authentic knowledge and experience. Get out there – but take Wild Awake with you.” – Sara Maitland, author of Gossip from the Forest

The author discusses his journey in an interview podcast on Soundcloud – or read it on our blog.

Join the book tour! Vajragupta will be exploring Wild Awake at Triratna Buddhist Centres as follows:

  • West London Buddhist Centre: 13th March
  • Croydon: 17th March
  • London Buddhist Centre: 26th March
  • Bristol: 24th April
  • Cardiff: 22nd May
  • Birmingham: 31st May
  • Manchester: 4th June
  • Shrewsbury: 6th June
  • Worcester: June (date TBA)

If you’re going into nature anytime soon you might want to take Wild Awake with you.

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