Sponsored by Souhegan Insight Meditation
Saturday, May 18, 2019
10am – 5pm
Pine Hill Waldorf School
77 Pine Hill Drive, Wilton, NH 03086
Cultivating Kind Intentions
When we approach the practice of meditation and everyday life with right view, every aspect of our experience is an expression of our human nature. This awareness helps us take things less personally. Our thoughts, emotions, and mind-states are constantly in flux and come from specific causes. This doesn’t mean that we don’t take responsibility — the Buddhist concept of right view allows us to meet experience with kindness. In this day-long retreat, we will use right view to look at unfolding experience with kindness and care. Through this, we get a sense for what it is to bring kind intentions to our practice, and therefore to our lives.
This day of shared silence will include periods of walking and sitting meditation, instruction and time for questions and group reflection. This retreat is appropriate for all levels of meditation experience.
Please join us for an uplifting day of practice!
Rae Houseman is the Guiding Teacher of Vermont Insight Meditation Center. She is a graduate of the Spirit Rock Community Dharma Leadership Program (CDL). She has practiced extensively in the Burmese methods of Mahasi Sayadaw and Sayadaw U Tejaniya. Her personal practice is an integration of Somatic Awareness and Insight Meditation. She is a member of the QTBLGAI2S community.
Cost: $35.00 plus Dana for teacher
Teacher Dana: Tuition for this retreat covers the expenses of the Souhegan Insight Meditation. Teacher support depends on the open generosity of students. In keeping with this ancient tradition, dana will be part of the practice of this retreat.
Registration and Further Information: To register contact Judy Seelye at (603) 423-5988, or Delia Kostner at (603) 801-6261 or email Delia at firstname.lastname@example.org.