Stillness, Insight and Liberation (SOLD OUT)
29 September to 5 October, 2023 at Sangsurya, Byron Bay
Discover and deepen the heart’s capacity for stillness and natural freedom. When we no longer see from a self-centered perspective, consciousness is unbound and vast revealing the non-dual nature of reality.
On this silent retreat there will be meditation instructions in the four postures, sitting, walking, reclining and standing, daily dharma talks and inquiry as well as individual interviews with the teachers.
DATES Friday 29 September 2023 3:00 PM - Thursday 5 October 2023 2:00 PM (UTC+10)
Radha Nicholson teaches the liberation of the heart through inquiry and insight. She focuses on freeing the mind through the realisation of the non-dual nature of reality. Radha has been teaching meditation in India and internationally for more than twenty years. Radha has been a guest teacher in the UK, France, Germany, New Zealand and Israel. She regularly teaches retreats in Australia and is a founding teacher of Bay Insight, Byron Bay, Australia. She is a registered Psychologist in private practice.
Priscilla Maxwell first connected to the dharma in 1992. She has a background in education and psychology and worked as a spiritual counsellor at Karuna Hospice Service. Priscilla teaches ways to trust in our own lived experiences on the path to freedom and that each journey is unique and the truth shines from every heart.
Sangsurya Retreat Centre, 95 Old Bangalow Road, Byron Bay, is located in a tranquil rainforest with walking paths, wonderful gardens, views over the ocean and a swimming pool. Comfortable shared and single accommodation and some van sites are available. There are 3 delicious vegetarian meals per day. www.sangsurya.com.au
Sangsurya Retreat Centre at Byron Bay
95 Old Bangalow Road, Byron Bay NSW 2481
Email Victoria Wight at firstname.lastname@example.org
RETREAT INFORMATION AND PRICES
Schedule: The schedule includes guided meditations, Dharma talks, sitting and walking meditation and inquiry. The retreat is conducted in silence apart from meetings with teachers and essential communication. There will be opportunities for individual interviews with teachers during the week.
Please arrive between 3:00pm and 5:00pm on Friday 29 September. The retreat will finish after lunch on Thursday 5th October 2023.
Fees: There are a number of different accommodation options including $525 to bring your own campervan, $770 for twin or triple share and $1100 for private rooms. Fees include accommodation and 3 vegetarian meals per day.
Dana: (the act of generosity) In keeping with a 2,500 year old Buddhist tradition teachers do not charge a fee for their teachings and offer the teachings as a gift and rely on your return of the gift in order to be able to continue teaching. At the end of the retreat you will be invited to offer a donation to support the teachers to continue their work.
Please note: To secure your place full payment and completed registration is required. Cancellation less than two weeks before the event will incur a cancellation fee of $200.