Thursday 27/4 -14:00 -Saturday 29/4 -17:00 in Mashiv Nefesh – Clil
Finding the World Beyond Self
The "Selfing" I – is the way of suffering, for ourselves and for the world. Releasing our attachment to the conceit of self and opening to the relational field allows us to experience the interconnectedness of all things and reveals a path of wisdom. Join us for this two day retreat and explore the power of Insight Dialogue to bring clear seeing and wisdom into this journey we share with all beings.
The six simple guidelines of Insight Dialogue create an interpersonal meditation practice that weaves together three elements — each powerful in itself — the cultivation of meditative awareness, the wisdom teachings of the Buddha (dharma), and the power of our natural relatedness. Insight Dialogue has the same purposes and roots as other meditation practices: developing mindfulness, compassion, and the release of liberating insight. The practice concentrates the power of relatedness in inclining us toward living our lives with awareness, wisdom, deep compassion and wise action. The retreat is meant for both new and experienced practitioners of Insight Dialogue.
About Elizabeth Faria
Elizabeth Faria has offered Insight Dialogue and silent meditation in Australia and Brazil since 2013. She has studied with Gregory Kramer and the Insight Dialogue Teaching Community since 2008. She began practicing vipassana on long retreats meditation in 1996, taking a two-year break from work to dedicate time to meditation practice in India, the US, Australia, and Thailand. Elizabeth is a graduate of the Australian Association of Buddhist Counsellors and Psychotherapists Professional Training Course in Buddhism and Psychotherapy. She has worked as a psychotherapist for the last 31 years and has long been interested in the integration of the Buddhadharma with neuroscience and psychotherapy. Elizabeth lives in New South Wales, Australia.
About Dave Leggatt
Dave Leggatt practiced in the Vipassana tradition for many years. He was introduced to Insight Dialogue in 2011 and joined the Insight Dialogue facilitator program in 2016. Since then Dave has been facilitating and teaching in-person workshops, retreats and online offerings. Aware of the importance of spiritual friendship and the power of Insight Dialogue practiced in daily life, he enjoys expanding the boundaries of practice for himself and others. He founded the annual Kalyanamitta retreat and offers practice in the global Insight Dialogue community. He is active on a number of community teams. Dave lives in Toronto, Canada.
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