Retreat Title: Satipatthana: the Buddha’s teaching on mindfulness
Led by Tejananda and Bodhananda
This retreat is also open to trainee and qualified teachers of secular mindfulness
One of the most influential of the Buddha’s discourses, the Satipatthana Sutta, shows how insightful attention to body, feelings and mind can enable us to wake up to our true nature. This radically transformative teaching is described as the ‘direct path’ to the cessation of suffering. Offering proven approaches that address the alienation and disembodiment which characterise life today, it can restore a deep integrity of body, heart, mind and being.
In this retreat, we’ll explore a number of practice approaches inspired by the original mindfulness teachings attributed to the Buddha that take awareness, insight and compassion ever deeper. As such, it will be helpful for all those wishing to deepen their mindfulness practice as well as for those qualified or training as teachers of mindfulness–based approaches such as MBSR, MBCT and Breathworks.
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Please note: Because of the way our website is set up, you'll see a note below stating “This retreat is on a dana basis. No payment is needed to book.” However, while no deposit is required and online retreats are on a dana basis, if this retreat is residential, as we hope, the full and concessionary rates are as stated.
This retreat is suitable for people who have been meditating for at least 3 years
Start Date: 20th Aug 2021
End Date: 29th Aug 2021
Price: £405 (Full Price) / £369 (Conc Price)
Please note: This retreat is on a dana basis. No payment is needed to book.