Insight meditation weekend retreat: The mystery of being human with Kirsten Kratz

Saturday 3rd and Sunday 4th Feb 2018

9.30am-5pm

Main Hall, Seaton Sluice Community Centre,

Albert Road, Seaton Sluice NE26 4QX

For further information, click here to read the event flyer

This non-residential weekend retreat will offer the chance to practice Insight Meditation together in silence. Insight Meditation is rooted in the 2600 year-old Buddhist tradition and has a deep and immediate relevance to our lives today. It is the ground from which the teaching and practice of Mindfulness has been drawn, and is open and accessible to people of any religious affiliation or none.

On our weekend together we will explore what it might mean to abide wholeheartedly in the beauty and challenges of our experience, to realize our connection with all things, and to know a more embodied life that can trust the potential and mystery of being human.

Please note that this is a weekend silent retreat with the learning and exploration developing over a two-day trajectory. We are therefore only inviting bookings from participants who are willing to attend both days.

Kirsten Kratz has practised Buddhist meditation in Asia and the West since 1993. In 2006 she started to teach and since 2008 teaches group retreats
in Gaia House where she also supports those on personal retreat. One of her particular passions is exploring how wisdom teachings can foster appropriate responses to the challenges of our time; she is co-initiator of the Dharma Action Network for Climate Engagement (DANCE).

Cost: the retreat cost is £40 for 2 days. This charge is to cover the basic cost of organising the retreat,including hiring the hall and the teacher’s travel expenses, but does not include any payment for the teaching. In the Insight Meditation tradition, Dharma teachings are offered without charge and participants are invited to support  the teacher in the spirit of generosity – know as “dana” in the tradition. At the end of the retreat, there will be an opportunity to practice Dana / Generosity to support the livelihood of the teacher. Hot drinks will be provided. Please bring a packed lunch. Places are limited so we encourage booking in advance.

For more information or to book a place for either day please email walter@whitleybay.plus.com or call 07508 055643

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