dim. 07 mai|
Bodhi College online event
At home with change: a one day online workshop
(Start time Sun 10:00 CEST - End time Sun 17:00 CEST) Location: Online £25.00 Special note: The fee does not contribute towards the livelihood of our teachers. You will be invited to offer teacher dana at the end of the course.
Heure et lieu
07 mai, 10:00 – 17:00
Bodhi College online event
À propos de l'événement
Impermanence (anicca) is one of the three foundational characteristics of existence.
All things that exist are governed by a natural flow: they emerge, evolve, and finally expire. This is the cycle and balance of life - there is birth and death, creation and destruction, growth and decay.
With this instability and inconsistency, stress and tension come into play.
In this day-long workshop we will explore how focusing our attention on the present moment and nurturing a composed and open mind allows us to be more at ease and at peace with this reality. We will practice how to recognize the challenge this natural flow presents to us and how to not react or get caught up in it. We will also explore how an understanding of impermanence can support us in meeting what is difficult and appreciating what is beautiful.
This day of practice at home will consist of periods of sitting and walking meditation and will include dharma talks and Q&A sessions. There will be an optional opportunity to break away into smaller groups to discuss one's practice with the teachers.
While a familiarity with basic mindfulness meditation is a prerequisite, this workshop is open to all levels from beginners to more experienced meditators.
A one day workshop from 10 to 17 CEST
Open to all - new and experienced practitioners alike
The fee does not contribute towards the livelihood of our teachers. You will be invited to offer teacher dana at the end of the course.
If you are unable to afford the rate please let us know. We will make sure that no one is turned away because of lack of funds.
Sophie Boyer has been practicing meditation for 20 years during her time providing nursing care. After years spent in hospices, she became more interested in exploring silent meditation retreats in Europe, and in the US and spent 2 years in Myanmar as a Buddhist nun. She has been trained under the guidance of Martine Batchelor and completed the Bodhi College Dharma Teacher Training. She also took the MBCAS instructor training program (mindfulness based cognitive approach for seniors). She currently offers meditation sessions for an oncology ward in Geneva and mainly offers retreats in France.
Anne Patrikainen has practiced Vipassana meditation since 2004. She has sat numerous retreats in Europe, Asia, and the USA, including many three-month retreats. Based in Helsinki, Anne has been sharing the Dharma since 2011 in various cities around Finland and online. She is one of the lead teachers of Nirodha Insight Meditation Finland and has completed the Bodhi College Dharma Teacher Training Programme. In her teaching Anne likes to emphasize clarity, examples of practice in daily life, as well as kindness and compassion for oneself. She divides her time between sharing the Dharma and working as a psychologist.
Dāna : la pratique du don
Selon la tradition Dana telle qu'elle existe en Asie du Sud-Est, les enseignements sont considérés comme trop précieux pour être vendus et les enseignements de qualité restent ainsi accessibles à tous. Les enseignants dépendent pour leur subsistance des dons offerts gratuitement à la fin du cours.