Kamala Masters will again bring us her beautiful heart and wise understanding for an 8 night meditation retreat:
|Metta for Women||Cloud Mountain Retreat Center (WA)||Jude Rozhon||May 26, 2017 to May 29, 2017 (3 nights)|
|‘The Middle Way – Finding Our Natural Resting Place’ (Monastic Retreat)||Spirit Rock Meditation Center (CA)||Ayya Santacitta, Ayya Santussika||Jun 12, 2017 to Jun 18, 2017 (6 nights)|
|Bodhicitta for Practitioners of Metta - A Study Retreat||Columbine Inn, Taos Ski Valley||Venerable Dhammadinna||Jun 30, 2017 to Jul 7, 2017 (7 nights)|
|Touching The Earth: Nature As A Gateway To The Heart||Paradise, Utah (UT)||Susie Harrington, Brian Lesage||Jul 14, 2017 to Jul 19, 2017 (5 nights)|
|Mindful Communication: A Wise Speech Retreat||Sacred Stream Center (CA)||Oren J. Sofer, Donald Rothberg||Aug 1, 2017 to Aug 6, 2017 (5 nights)|
|14 Day Mudita & Vipassana Summer Retreat||Meditation Center Beatenberg||Carol Wilson, Ursula Flückiger, Fred von Allmen||Aug 5, 2017 to Aug 19, 2017 (14 nights)|
|Self Not-Self & the Creative Process||Columbine Inn, Taos Ski Valley||Marcia Rose||Aug 16, 2017 to Aug 30, 2017 (14 nights)|
|The Sure Hearts Release||Galilee Episcopal Camp and Retreat Center (NV)||Kamala Masters||Aug 31, 2017 to Sep 8, 2017 (8 nights)|
|Meditation and Poetry Retreat||Mount Peale Sanctuary (UT)||Susie Harrington||Sep 22, 2017 to Sep 24, 2017 (2 nights)|
|Metta for Women||Cloud Mountain Retreat Center (WA)||Adrianne Ross, Kamala Masters||Oct 6, 2017 to Oct 11, 2017 (5 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 retreat will be an opportunity to sit and walk in silent meditation practice in a lush pastoral setting. Looking deeply into the heart of our experience, we will examine the habits of mind that cause us to suffer. When we bring our compassionate attention to moment to moment exp
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.