Four Close Mindfulnesses Meditation Retreat 2023
Thursday, 6 April until Monday, 10 April, 2023
at De-Tong Ling Retreat Centre, Kangaroo Island, South Australia
Registration closes 27th March, 2023
This retreat will focus on the four close applications of mindfulness, which form the foundation of Buddhist insight practice.
We will investigate how our body, feeling, mind, and phenomena exist.
By deepening our practice of these four, we can develop greater enthusiasm for positive activities, which create causes for a meaningful life.
The four foundations of mindfulness are related to Shamata (calm abiding) as they are the first four of the 37 Enlightenment dharmas.
The subject is an excellent alternative to Shamata as meditations are similar and provide an experience helpful for a more direct understanding of emptiness.
About the Retreat Leader
Australian monk Venerable Lozang Yeshe is well respected and highly knowledgeable FPMT teacher.
His first contact with Dharma was briefly at Buddha house in 2001. A year later, he moved to Chenrezig Institute in Queensland where he studied until becoming ordained in 2005 at Sera Je Monastery in India.
After his ordination, Ven Yeshe returned to Chenrezig Institute to study with Khensur Rinpoche, Geshe Tashi Tsering.
In 2014 he moved to Thubten Shedrup Ling Monastery in Victoria where he spend 8 years, including 2 years as the Director.
Ven Yeshe is well known for his extensive knowledge and experience in Shamata (calm abiding). He has made a special effort to attend many different calm abiding retreats with many different teachers. That has given him a range of perspectives that he skilfully applies to the meditation retreats he leads . His warm-hearted nature and ability to relate to others makes his retreats engaging, relatable and relevant.
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Cost (includes travel)
|Dormitory (4 bed)||$580|
Retreat cost will be amended if participants prefer to make their own travel arrangements.