Is there a contradiction between the idealised spaciousness and calm of meditation practice, and the busyness and engagement of our daily lives? This weekend will explore the essence of meditation as caring and creative awareness, and see how we can support the same orientation in any moment and every experience, in all aspects of our lives.
MARTIN AYLWARD began practising Dharma at the age of 19, spending several years in Asian Buddhist monasteries and with Himalayan hermits. Martin is Co-Founder and Resident Teacher of Moulin de Chaves Meditation Centre in South West France, and reflecting his interest in engaged Dharma practice, has a new website, and is beginning to offer retreats, called Work Sex Money Dharma. He has been teaching internationally since 1999.
GAIL AYLWARD Gail Aylward attended her first retreat in Bodhgaya in 1994. Since then as well as bringing up her 2 children, she has lived and worked continuously in meditation centres, and since 2005 is co- founder and director of Moulin de Chaves Meditation Centre in S. W. France. As well as assisting on some of Martin Aylwards retreats, Gail a qualified yoga teacher offers yoga classes at Le Moulin and locally, emphasizing embodied awareness. She has been a student of the Diamond Approach since 2005.
Retreat Code = 13132
Friday 8 March 2013 - Sunday 10 March 2013 (2 days)
Extra Nights = £37
This Retreat is now full
- This retreat is full, so we are now only accepting Waiting List requests.
- To be put on the waiting list please submit a Waiting List Application