Sunday 30 April 2023
Saturday 6 May 2023
Following the withdrawal of Han de Wit for health reasons, Jim O’Neill has kindly accepted to replace him.
Buddhist psychology is grounded in the understanding that the nature of mind is intrinsically healthy and sane. The goal of all practice is to reveal that sanity by stripping away unnecessary obstacles and impediments.
Opportunities to deepen and enrich our understanding are therefore increasingly important and helpful: What are you actually doing when you sit there on our meditation cushion? What is really happening?
In this programme of study and practice you will :
- Befriend yourself as you are, and stop trying to be someone you're not
- Access the wisdom of emotions and learn how to work with difficult ones
- Embody deep listening skills and resource yourself when working with others
- Address long-standing fears and challenges in relationships
- Explore the invisible forces of life and learn to synchronize with the magic
Arrival day (Sunday 30 April): Orientation talk at 8 pm. You’re invited to come from 4 pm in order to register and settle in your room. Dinner is served at 6.45 pm. An orientation session will be held at 8pm.
End of program (Friday 5 May): Closing circle and Banquet in the evening
Departure day (Saturday 6 May): You may leave anytime (no program). You’re welcome to stay for lunch.
This programme is taught in English. The program will be translated into French. Requests for interpretation in other languages need to be made in advance and confirmed (please indicate your are requesting interpretation on the registration page).
The special reduced price for this programme is not available in combination with other reductions!