Content & Practicals
led by Sumedha and Juha Penttilä
Sat 6 - Fri 12 July 2019
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Each retreat has a small reservation fee, covering the very basic costs of the retreat such as food, gas, water. We are a non profit organisation and for all other costs (teachers, travel for teachers, managers and ongoing Ekuthuleni costs) we depend on donations.
It is this way of participation and generosity that really keeps the Dharma rolling, as in dharma centers all over the world!
Sumedha (Hannah Bagshaw)
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Curiousity, kindness, joy... all are factors of the spiritual path as outlined in the Buddhist teachings; tasting into stillness and aliveness we are invited to stop and look into our hearts and minds to understand ourselves more deeply, to discover different aspects of our being.
Our own hidden jewels!
These may be heart qualities, or insights into our human experience that help bring a new perspective. On this retreat we will engage in an exploration of the 'dharma' (which can simply mean nature/ reality as well as the teachings that help to explore this) whilst cultivating a sense of kindness and playfulness in our approach to meditation practice.
This retreat is open to beginners and those more experienced in meditation - and as all our retreats to people from any background or spiritual inclination (not necessarily Buddhist). And we are always LGBTQI friendly.
A seven day silent retreat with guided meditations and teachings, plus the fullness of nature around to help us relax and deepen within. There will be group sitting meditations, walking practice and opportunities for interviews with the facilitators.