Kamala Masters will again bring us her beautiful heart and wise understanding for an 8 night meditation retreat:
|The Sure Hearts Release||Camp Galilee (NV)||Kamala Masters||Aug 31, 2017 to Sep 8, 2017 (8 nights)|
|Monastic Retreat||Insight Meditation Society, Retreat Center (MA)||Ayya Anandabodhi, Ayya Santacitta||Apr 3, 2018 to Apr 12, 2018 (9 nights)|
|Mindfulness of Breathing for Experienced Students||Spirit Rock Meditation Center (CA)||Ayya Anandabodhi||Apr 6, 2019 to Apr 14, 2019 (8 nights)|
NOTE: The retreats listed here have been entered by the retreat organizers. For any questions, use the contact information listed on the retreat page. Please do not contact the Buddhist Insight Network.
This silent meditation retreat will emphasize a balance of mindfulness, concentration, calmness, and investigation. Instructions will encourage mindfulness of breath, body, and mind to enhance the potential for liberating insight.
Metta, sometimes translated as unconditional kindness or universal friendliness, grows from our capacity for basic human warmth. It is the first of four sublime states that can be cultivated as a powerful support for well-being, concentration and the deepening of insight practice.
The retreat begins with registration at 1:00 pm on June 15; it ends at 11:30 am on June 25. Early arrivals can be arranged for Wednesday evening June 14.
Partial attendance can be arranged, but it must begin on the first day of the retreat.
The Mountain Hermitage will offer its first annual Two-Week Hermitage at the Columbine Inn from April 28, 2017 - May 12, 2017, and invites experienced practitioners to join us for this two-week period. A scholarship fund has been established to offer financial aid to those who would otherwi
This almost three week Samatha/concentration retreat is for experienced Dhamma students. Guidance will be offered for the development and nurturing of deep concentration leading towards Jhana in the lineage of Burmese meditation master Venerable Pa Auk Sayadaw.
As we cultivate concentration (samatha in Pali), we develop purification, tranquility and equanimity of mind and heart. These qualities prepare the ground for penetrating insight into the nature of existence.