We are closed through 2020 in response to coronavirus (COVID-19) concerns.
This silent meditation course for experienced practitioners will focus on deepening mindfulness and insight into being with oneself and others. Our guiding map will be the teachings on the Four Applications of Mindfulness (Satipaṭṭhāna), which enable us to tap into the wealth of practical wisdom from early Buddhist contemplative traditions. The teachers will offer gentle and precise training in unifying the mind, guiding us in establishing different modes of awareness and in metta (friendliness). These practices allow for quieting and strengthening the heart, and foster transformative insights, growth and integration.
An optional daily period of mindful movement will be offered by trainee teacher Thimo Wittich.
Participants are required to have sat at least one silent meditation retreat of a week or more with a recognized insight meditation teacher. Please document this when registering.
21 continuing education credits are available for psychologists, social workers and nurses. Please check our CE page for more information.
This retreat is full with a waitlist of over 50 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 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.