Michael has been involved in a number of Buddhist organizations, over the years, organizing programmes and events, editing newsletters and sitting on a number of committees.

He has served as a Trustee of the Buddhist Hospice Trust, been a Committee Member of the Lifestyle Movement, which is dedicated to simple, green living and was a Member of the Gandhi Foundation.

A few years ago he spent two years living in community, in a Franciscan Friary, engaging his time with meditation, walking, yoga and deepening his writing practice

He has spent the last twenty five years teaching and supporting a variety of different groups ( eg, young offenders, young unemployed people, children at risk, children with special needs, adults with learning difficulties and adults with mental health needs ).

He holds a BA Degree in Psychology and a Teaching Qualification

He also holds an MA Degree in Fine Art

He writes, on a regular basis, for a variety of Buddhist, self development and spiritual magazines both in the UK ( where he lives ) and abroad.

He edited the book: Buddhist Reflections on Death, Dying and Bereavement

He has also contributed to a number of other published books

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