TIG-LE HOUSE – Mindfulness, Meditation, Ecodharma, Nature retreats at Fair Harvest Permaculture

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TIG-LE HOUSE – Mindfulness, Meditation, Ecodharma, Nature retreats at Fair Harvest Permaculture

Tig-Le House retreats at Fair Harvest Permaculture – 1st Semester 2021

Enquires and registrations: [email protected]

Event information and Bookings: Mindfulness, Meditation, Ecodharma, Nature retreats (tiglehouse.org)

Links to each individual event are also below.

Open integrated week-long mindfulness and meditation retreat: 31st January – 6th February 2021

(Open attendance, day visitors welcomed, registration required)

This retreat is structured to allow for the integration of mindfulness, meditation, dharma teachings and practices in amongst the commitments and routines of daily living.

The retreat is open and integrative by nature. This means you can:

  • Attend the whole retreat and immerse staying on-site or off-site.
  • Join any part of the retreat whether you are staying on-site or off-site.
  • Attend any of the sessions as you like coming and going from classes throughout the week.

We will explore topics including secular and sacred mindfulness, ecological mindfulness and Ecodharma, Mindful breath, contemplative meditation and free creative expression, Puja and the power and beauty of prayer to move the heart and mind, Mandala as a tool for activism at home and in the world, Refuge, and empowerment through word.

Registration is required.

For enquiries and to register attendance please email [email protected]

Cost for teaching sessions is Dana, freely offered financial contribution in support. (Guide below).

Bookings to stay onsite, please visit Camping and Glamping. – Fair Harvest Permaculture Australia

Retreat begins with a shared dinner on Sunday 31st January at 5.30pm. Retreat concludes with a shared lunch on Saturday 6th February at 12noon. Shared meals must be pre-booked at time of registration.

Self-catering all other meals.

Further information: Open integrated week-long mindfulness and meditation retreat: 31st January – 6th February 2021 – Tig-Le House

Mindfulness weekend retreat: 19th March – 21st March 2021

(Open attendance, day visitors welcomed, bookings required)

In the earliest of times mindfulness was secular (non-religious), and sacred (deeply spiritual).

Through Tig-Le House our approach to mindfulness is a global one, acknowledging and encompassing ancient approaches supported by modern evidence-based science.

On this retreat we cover the foundations for establishing a mindfulness practice supporting the development of a calm, interested, peaceful, engagement, and response to daily life and living.

In developing our innate capacity for mindful awareness, purposefully encouraging the growth of the good qualities of friendship, kindness, and care for ourselves, others, the world, we grow in confidence, becoming more familiar and understanding of our humanness, both individually and collectively.

All lives seek healing – peace, and health, and all lives can be afforded Refuge – the safety, security, and protections of a deeply felt experience of friendship and care within life and living. Mindfulness practice helps us cultivate, strengthen, and maintain these important aspects of life.

Further information: Mindfulness weekend retreat: 19th March – 21st March 2021  – Tig-Le House

Ecodharma weekend retreat: 16th April – 18th April 2021

(Open attendance, day visitors welcomed, bookings required)

On this retreat we discuss and apply ancient mindfulness trainings and meditative practices from a global secular and sacred cross-cultural Buddhist perspective in a time of ecological and societal crisis and change.

Ecodharma defined:

  • Eco: A caring, friendly, and healing engagement with the living environments and ecological foundations of life. Doing no harm to life and this living world.
  • Dharma: Teachings and practices arising from the understanding of nature, evolutionary principles, and phenomena that increasingly support the growth of human wisdom, knowledge, and compassionate activity in the world for the continual development of an all-encompassing global health and peace in every aspect of reality.
  • Ecodharma: The purposeful development of ecological ethical conduct as an aspect of mature compassionate consciousness.

The teachings and practices assist in the emergence of life affirming individuals, human societies, and cultures through the union of modern ecological knowledge and ancient Buddhadharma wisdoms.

Further information: Ecodharma weekend retreat: 16th April – 18th April 2021  – Tig-Le House

5-day Mindfulness and Nature retreat: 3rd May – 7th May 2021

(Restricted attendance, no day visitors, silent retreat, bookings required)

Silent retreat: Explore the foundations of traditional and contemporary    mindfulness through an ecological lens, including practices and activities such as mindful walking, contemplative meditative exercises on nature, nature immersion, and simplistic creative activities that help us remember and re-integrate a healthy relationship to daily life and the natural living World.

Mindfulness is the practice of seeing, acknowledging, and understanding our experiences with greater friendship, kindness, and care. When we listen deeply and lovingly to our relationship with ourselves, we are remembering and reconnecting with the sacred relationship we have with the natural living world. We are nature living, an inseparable interbeing.

During the retreat there is plenty of time between sessions for rest, walks, personal practice, time to enjoy the Margaret River Region between classes visiting local forests and beaches.

Further information: 5-day Mindfulness and Nature retreat: 3rd May – 7th May 2021  – Tig-Le House

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