Awareness is crucial to Insight, but a dharma perspective is even more important. Without 'Right View' informing our everyday perspective, we run the risk of reinforcing 'wrong views'.
Mindfulness and Right View give us tools to relate to ourselves in ways that don't create further suffering for ourselves or others.
There will be input most days using the framework of the Satipatthana Sutta, the Buddha's primary teaching on Mindfulness. To facilitate turning inwards, the retreat will mainly be in silence, with simple ritual practice in the evenings.
There will be opportunities to talk about your practice in individual meditation reviews.
from Friday 20th - Sunday 29th of December
Giving dana is always possible and much appreciated. There are also people with a small budget that would love attending retreats.In order to make this possible, there is a bursary fund where people can apply for.By paying something extras on top of your retreat payment, you are helping to make this possible.