This is a precious time for mindfulness practice and a rare opportunity to cultivate and deepen wisdom and compassion.

Retreats emphasize continuity of mindfulness and the refinement of precise open awareness. They are conducted in Noble Silence.

Each retreat involves a great deal of organization and both organizers and teachers commit to ensure that the retreat is beneficial for all Yogis.  The stability of a retreat is dependent upon participants arriving on time and not leaving until the full retreat has finished. This helps management in getting everyone settled and helps with the continuity of yogi jobs.  More importantly however are the Spiritual aspects of the retreat. Teachers find that Yogis get more benefit if they participate in the complete retreat, that means being present for the opening Dhamma Talk and Instructions and being part of the Closing Ceremonies.

More Info about retreats

For talks: http://www.dharmaseed.org/talks/

NB. For info about other retreats organised by different Theravadan groups go to: Non PIMG retreats


  • Patrick Kearney May 2017

    May 19 – May 28, 2017

    Jhana Grove Meditation Centre, 283 Kingsbury Drive, Serpentine, Western Australia

    The Teacher:
    Patrick Kearney is an independent teacher in the lineage of Mahāsī Sayādaw. He has practised Buddhist meditation for almost 40 years, and has been teaching for 20 years. He has trained extensively in both insight meditation and Zen. Patrick has a particular interest in the original teachings of the Buddha and he seeks to apply them to the conditions of our contemporary life.

    Retreat Costs

    Full Time (19-28 May) Early Bird: $600     Full Rate: $650 

    Early Bird Registration is required prior to March 30th

    Weekend Rate – Early Bird: $250   Full Rate: $280 

    Info:   Sue

    To Register for this Retreat Click  HERE

     


  • Kamala Masters December 2017

    December 1 – December 10, 2017

    Kamala Masters began practicing in 1975.  Trained by Anagarika Munindra and Sayadaw U Pandita, and continuing her practice with U Tejaniya, she offers the dharma in the US and abroad in a way that nourishes the natural inner growth of compassion and wisdom.  She is co-founder of Vipassana Metta on Maui, is a Guiding Teaching and is on the Board of Directors of Insight Meditation Society in Barre, MA.

    Registration details will be available in 2017


  • Ariya Baumann Mid 2018

    Dates and Registration details will be available in early 2018


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