Mindfulness and Nature weekend retreat 17th – 19th April 2020

$130.00

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Mindfulness and Nature weekend retreat

17th – 19th April 2020

Mindfulness is our inherited sacred dialogue with the living planet and the cosmos, inseparable from the life of the World. The practice of mindfulness connects us to our own and other’s lives through the development of awareness and purposeful intention of friendship and care. A mindful dialogue with life builds the bridge and bond of connectedness encouraging a holistic healthy engagement with this life and the nature of living.

On these retreats we explore the foundations of mindfulness practice, meditative exercises and simplistic creative techniques that reconnect us with a healthy relationship to daily life and this living World.


Schedule:

Friday 17th – Meet and greet at 5.30pm; Dinner 6.00pm; Mind and Life: Refuge & the foundations of retreat 7.30pm

Saturday 18th – Mindfulness: Establishing a practice 9am & Mindful walking and the senses 3.30pm

Sunday 19th – The Art of mindful contemplation 9am

Cost for accommodation, meals; and Dana contribution for teacher support.

Camping on-site:
Tent site, including fully catered meals: $130 pp
Plus, teacher support; suggested Dana contribution for the three days $80 – $150pp

Staying off-site:

Facilities fee $60pp
Pre-ordered meals: $15 per meal
Plus, teacher support; suggested Dana contribution for the three days is $80 – $150

Day visitors:

Facilities day use fee: $20

Pre-ordered meals: $15 per meal

Plus, teacher support; suggested Dana contribution per session $15 – $30

Dana:

The facilitator operates solely on the generosity, contributions and donations, received by those who attend. Dana means the wisdom in freely given fair exchange. Your financial assistance is central to the inclusive and on-going nature of these retreats. We are very grateful for all your support.

Optional stay on site please book through airbnb

Tiny House  or   Tipi  

or contact [email protected]

 

Facilitator Ian Hackett of Tig-Le Community Dharma House Margaret River has a wide background in bushland regeneration, permaculture and environmental conservation in environs including the Kimberley’s, Southwest WA, North Queensland, and Northern Rivers Region NSW. Ian combines his environment and nature experiences with 13 years’ Dharma teachings in an Ecodharma approach.

Ian Hackett
Presiding teacher and director


Tig-Le – Community Dharma House, Margaret River

Traditional Mindfulness – Meditation – Ecodharma

11 Tingle Avenue Margaret River, Western Australia 6285


Phone: 0408 952 151  /  www.facebook.com/tigleontingle

 

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