Deeper Mindfulness Retreat
Liberating ourselves through deep awareness of our body, feelings and mind
The practice of mindfulness involves being aware of what our mind and body are doing moment by moment, and ensuring that our mind remains peaceful and positive, and our actions constructive. This retreat will be based on one of the core practices of Buddhist mindfulness, the four close placements of mindfulness: mindfulness of the body, feelings, mind and phenomena. Most of our emotional problems come from an unskilful way of relating to our body, feelings and mind, but by learning to focusing our attention on these aspects of our being in a realistic and concentrated way we can change the way we relate to ourselves and the world. Seeing clearly and directly what is going on in our mind untangles the complicated and painful mess our confusion has created.
This retreat is suitable for all levels, from beginners to experienced meditators alike.