New Year Insight Dialogue online retreat for experienced ID practitioners
with Bhante Sukhacitto and Harald Reiter (assistance)
In this Online – retreat we will explore, how we can find refuge in this time of uncertainty. In Insight Dialogue one of the guidelines is Speak the truth and with that our subjective truth of the moment is invited to be spoken. And we are also invited to check, whether we are really speaking our truth of this very moment. Or maybe we are speaking out of habit or in order to impress others or to manipulate people around us to get what we want.
Which truth can we find refuge in in this time of fake news and uncertainty? The Not-Knowing is very present and we are looking for guidance. Can we pause, relax and open into this Not-knowing? Can we attune to what emerges, can we find refuge in the midst of impermanence? Let us listen deeply to what comes up from the depth of our mind-heart.
We also will explore and deepen the 6 Insight Dialogue guidelines and there will be times for silent practice. For more information about Insight dialogue you can visit the website www.insightdialogue.org.
Experienced Insight-Dialogue practitioners (at least one weekend ID experience) are invited to join us from 27th December to 2nd January online.
We will practice together on each day from 9 to 12 a.m. and 3 to 6.30 p.m. CET (Central European Time). On 31rst December the times in the afternoon will be from 3.30 to 6 p.m. and in the evening from 8 p.m. to 00.15 a.m.
Participants can join silent practice in the morning from 6 to 7 and in the evening from 8 to 9. No morning session on January 1rst.
On the last day (2nd of January) we will practice in the afternoon from 2 to 4 p.m.
Participants are expected to attend to the whole course. Silent sitting in the morning and evening is optional but recommended to strengthen the meditative qualities of mindfulness and loving kindness. The evening on 31rst December is part of the retreat and participation is expected.
Dana: This retreat is offered out of generosity. If you feel moved to engage in this circle of generosity and would like to support the teachers in spreading the Dhamma you can make a donation. Participants will get seperate information how to do that.
Limited Space: Due to the nature of online practice there is a limited number of places available. People will be accepted on a first come first serve basis.
If you have any questions, feel free to write to Harald Reiter: email@example.com