Impermanence Day Retreat
Sunday July 19, 2020 , 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
The Buddha, and the great Buddhist sages down the ages, had a lot to say about impermanence and the inevitability of death. Obviously they didn’t keep reminding people about this to make them unhappy. The reason behind the constant reminders is that if we take this truth into our hearts we become happier. Our values and emotions are radically changed for the better.
It’s so simple to theoretically understand that everything – on the physical, social and mental levels – is impermanent. But to take this truth into the depth of our emotions and consciousness we need to reflect. There are many different ways we may go about this central Buddhist practice of reflecting on impermanence. The day workshop is a practical guide. Led by Achala from New Zealand.
Suitable for those familiar with our meditation practices. A vegan lunch will be provided on the day.
Booking Essential: $70 Full Waged, $60 Low Waged and $50 Concession