Join Arthavadin, Dhiraprabha and Akasamati to explore the terrain, on and off track, in the ten directions, as we journey in both outer and inner landscapes.
The retreat will be a combination of mindful reflection and strenuous activity, with meditation and ritual framing our days. A reasonable level of fitness is required as we will be doing (guided) walks for several hours each day in moderately steep terrain. A list of recommended gear will be provided on booking.
This retreat is suitable for those with little or no experience of meditation and Buddhism and those with some experience.
Bookings will be limited to 14 including the retreat leaders.
Wondering how to get to Sudarshanaloka? More info here.
Bookings close November 16 at midday.
$510 (full) / $470 (low)
Please don't let money be a barrier - contact us for options
Before attending, please read our current Covid Guidelines. This is part of how we practice together.
Tararu Valley, Thames
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