Close Mindfulness Retreat

A Retreat on Calm Abiding

with Venerable Tenzin Tsapel

~ Thursday 16 to Sunday 19 May ~

Developing Shamatha or calm abiding, requires a firm basis of ethical conduct, which itself requires good mindfulness.

The mindfulness meditation for this retreat will focus on our body, feelings, mind and phenomena. These four objects, taught by the Buddha, are skilful objects of focus.

The great benefit of Buddhism lies in the unmistaken training Buddha presented, allowing us to discover our true nature.
We need to develop our wisdom by first hearing the teachings, investigating their meaning and meditating on them.
By training in a systematic path of meditation, the Dharma dawns as personal experience.

Cost = $280.00  (Appropriate Members' discounts apply)

Includes all meals, course materials and offerings to the teacher.

It is not compulsory to stay on-site,
during the event, but it is highly recommended.

~ Thursday 16 to Sunday 19 May ~

Please note: there is no option to do only part of the retreat.
To attend, you must commit to doing all retreat sessions

...The retreat begins with supper at 6:00pm followed by an introductory talk at 7:00pm.

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