Contemplative exercises based on the teaching in establishing mindfulness (Satipaṭṭhāna). Gradual steps in the training of sustained attentiveness help to bring about insight into being with ourselves and with others. Silent meditation, breathing exercises and guidance from the wealth of Buddhist contemplative tradition allow us to touch the stillness within and the application of mindfulness in the four areas of experience. We will use gentle and precise training in unifying the mind, in varying forms of awareness and inquiry and the practice of Lovingkindness; the retreat will consist of sitting, standing and walking meditation and individual and group interviews.
AKINCANO M. WEBER is a Swiss Buddhist teacher and psychotherapist. A meditator since 1982, he has practiced for 20 years as a monastic in the Forest monasteries of Thailand and Europe and is interested in early Buddhist texts, contemplative psychology and stillness. He lives in Cologne and teaches Dhamma and meditation internationally. Website:www.akincano.net
Retreat Code = 13142
Wednesday 8 May 2013 - Wednesday 15 May 2013 (7 days)
Extra Nights = £37
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