Date(s) - vr 21 mei 2021
ma 24 mei 2021
Living in an interconnected world
Led by Jayachitta
“… everything is interconnected and nothing can ever really be ordinary – in the sense of being without deeper meaning – at all.”
The Essential Sangharakshita, p.256
Guided by metta and mindfulness we try to find our way within an increasingly complex world. As crises hit us and major events leave an impact, we might ask ourselves whether we can contribute to something better. How do we live in an interconnected world, honouring others, while not neglecting ourselves? How do we not just know, but experience, how we and the world – other people and all of nature – are deeply connected?
Drawing on poetry, meditation and practice of body-based improvisation, we will spend time practicing together – in the shrine room and outside, exploring how to live simply within complexity.
Jayachitta has practiced Buddhism since 1981 and was ordained into the Triratna Buddhist Order in 1991. She uses physical theatre, play and improvisation as additional approaches to the spiritual life. She lives in Berlin and this is her website: www.playofnow.com
If Covid-restrictions are lifted by May, the retreat will be in person at Metta Vihara. In case the restrictions are still in place, an online alternative will be offered.
Deze retraite is in het Engels / Teachings at this retreat will be done in English.
Tarief / Rate
standaard / standard : €205,-
korting / concession : €175,-