All posts filed under: retreat

June 13 – 19, 2020: Awake in the Wild Nature Retreat, New Mexico

Date: Saturday, June 13 – Friday, June 19, 2020 Location: Vallecitos Mountain Ranch, Taos, New Mexico Led by Mark Coleman and I will be assisting on this retreat. As described on Markcoleman.org: “This retreat will be spent meditating outdoors in the natural beauty and mystery here at Vallecitos Mountain Ranch.  Whether it is during sunset meditations, listening to the soothing sounds of the river, or sitting graced in the stillness of the aspen trees, we will open to the profound serenity and wisdom of nature. This silent retreat is grounded in the practice of Mindfulness – the capacity o be present to ourselves and our environment. Participants will learn to bring this receptive presence to develop a contemplative relationship with nature. By cultivating an inner quiet and curious spirit we can learn from nature as a perennial teacher. The natural world reveals timeless Dharma teachings that support a natural letting go and a wise relationship to all experience. Participants will also discover how meditative time outdoors leads to beautiful states of joy, peace, wonder, love and connection …

July 19 – 26, 2019: Inner and Outer Nature Weeklong Retreat in Colorado

Date: Friday, July 19 – Friday, July 26, 2019 Location: Rocky Mountain Ecodharma Retreat Center, Jamestown, Colorado Buddhist teachers David Loy and Johann Robbins will be leading this retreat and I will be assisting them. The Inner and Outer Nature retreats includes deep nature practice, immersing in the natural world, connecting our inner nature with outer nature, and dissolving separation. Each day includes plentiful time for sitting, hiking/walking meditation, as well as instruction in nature meditation, Dharma talks, and individual and group practice discussions. There is also a two day optional solo. Combining both retreats into a two week retreat is encouraged. Low cost retreat from $550, scholarships available. Register for week one, or register for full 2 week retreat Complete information http://www.impermanentsangha.org