Retreats in 2020

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We have met with the county health officials and they have allowed us to open based on our Covid 19 Health Plan. You can read the details of the plan here.

Training Your “Bronco mind”

July 9-12 (Thursday 5 pm- Sunday 4 pm)

Teacher:  Bhante Sathi

Is your mind like a wild, bucking bronco, or quiet, steady workhorse, with a good sense of humor?

The Tame Your Mind Retreat offers ways to understand and manage your emotions in a healthy manner while getting your mind under your authority. The teachings, presented by Bhante Sathi, offer insight and methods on how to observe your own actions (and reactions) in a non-judgmental manner. You’ll learn how to “tame your mind” “tame the bucking bronco” leading toward a calmer, more peaceful, and joyful lifestyle.

Bhante Sathi’s teachings will be based on Vipassana or insight meditation. (Registration will end on July 1st)

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Self Love and Beyond

August 13-16rd (Thursday 5 pm- Sunday 4 pm)

Teacher: Bhante Sathi

This 3-day Retreat will allow you to, Experience of knowing our self. Gain insight on how to observe self-actions and their reactions without judgment, learn how to become a friend to own self. Practice techniques to cultivate friendliness and love. Get a kick start on living a healthy and loving lifestyle. Practice and experience healing techniques. Learn valuable Buddhist techniques that you can use every day. (Registration will end on August 4th)

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Cultivate Your Mind (Bhavana)

November 19-22nd (Thursday 5 pm- Sunday 4 pm)

Teacher: Bhante Sathi

This retreat will start with forming a better understanding of our “beginner’s mind” leading you into becoming more mindful, and also reshaping your own inner attitudes, and cultivating greater happiness and peacefulness.

Bhante Sathi will discuss the Eightfold Path, eight practices for harmonious thinking, harmonious speech, and harmonious actions. He will also explore the Satta Bojjhanga Sutra that addresses the Seven Factors of Enlightenment, entering Jhana, a meditative state of profound stillness and concentration.

(Registration will end on Oct 20th)

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