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A wellspring of joy arises when we realize the scope of the Buddha's teachings and their impact on our relationships and activities. This silent retreat, open to all, is an invitation to explore the core teaching of mindfulness and how it supports the cultivation of wisdom and compassion. With practice, we come to interact with our world with an ease of mind and understanding, especially amidst the fullness and vibrancy of everyday life.
The course format will include meditation instruction and guidance, silent sitting and walking meditation periods, as well as talks about the Buddha’s teachings and meetings with the teachers. Optional sessions of mindful movement will be offered by Sabra Saperstein.
This retreat is full with a waitlist of over 30 people. To be added to the list, submit a registration and deposit.
Two of our three scholarship rates are no longer available.
A limited number of You Choose fee spaces are available for ages 18 – 26. This means you can establish your own retreat fee, based on your financial means. A minimum of $20 per day is required (i.e. a minimum of $140 for the entire retreat). Email firstname.lastname@example.org to apply.
A limited number of fellowships are available. People with a commitment to service - a deep desire to devote oneself to serving others through their profession - are eligible for a Hemera Contemplative Fellowship. Click here for more information and to apply.