Metta: A Kindly Abiding (2018)
'Metta is the synthesis of reason and emotion, right view and skilful action; unobstructed spiritual vision and the bliss of a warm and expansive heart.' (Sangharakshita)
Love (metta) underpins the whole of Buddhist practice. Like a jewel it has many facets: patience, intimacy, interest and kindness. All of these facets are ways in which we come into relationship with ourselves and others. All are ways to live at peace in this fleeting and fragile world.
Whether you are new to the practice of metta, or wanting to go deeper, come and join us for this long weekend retreat exploring how to work with our hearts and allow them to open into universal loving-kindness. The retreat will include meditation, ritual, chanting and some silence. There will also be space for walks, reflection and time in nature.
Level: Open to all
Booking fee: £50
Suggested donation for Taraloka, in addition to the booking fee and collected at the end of the retreat: £165 if working, £105 if in receipt of benefits/Senior Citizen/student/Triratna support
|Retreat date||Friday, 25th May 2018 17:00|
|Retreat End Date||Monday, 28th May 2018 15:00|
|Spaces available||Spaces Available|
|Booking closes on||Wednesday, 23rd May 2018|
|Booking fee (per person)||£50.00|
|Location||Taraloka Retreat Centre|