led by Denis Wallez,
Saturday 22nd (7am) – Sunday 23rd (7pm) October 2016,
at the house,
How to cease dukkha (translated as ‘unsatisfactoriness’ or as ‘stress’) constitutes the 4th task/truth of Buddhism. By looking into the causes of stress, one can not only prevent the perpetuation and snowballing of stress but one can also cultivate qualities (patience, equanimity, compassion, loving-kindness, etc.) that will give rise to a less stressful environment for all. This retreat focuses on a few key observations from daily life, and the meditative tools needed to enquire further into one's own specific context, in relation to ‘modern’ forms of stress and achieving work/life balance.
Fully booked (register your interest, to be on the waiting list and for a similar retreat to be scheduled soon)
2 days of instructions, questions&answers, experiments and exploration (including some periods of silence). 2–3 nights: arrive on Friday evening, leave on Sunday evening or Monday.
Standard rate, per person: € 100 + dāna
If your circumstances do not allow you to afford such a rate, please contact us to explore alternatives or to apply for a bursary.
See also the Frequently Asked Questions page.
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