Saturday, September 28th, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm
214 Judah Street, Roseville, California
It’s rare that many of us get a stretch of silent time to settle into meditation practice. This daylong retreat offers quiet. There will be instruction, questions and answers, a break for lunch (bring a bag lunch), and a closing sharing circle. But most of the day will be spent in silent sitting and walking meditation in the metta-vipassana style I teach and describe in my books Buddha’s Map, Meditator’s Field Guide, and Befriending the Mind.
I’ll be available for individual practice mentoring throughout the day.
New and experienced meditators are welcome.
In this tradition the teachings are offered freely. Donations (called “dana”) to help continue these teachings are gratefully accepted as you are comfortable.
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