Date(s) - za 15 okt 2022
zo 23 okt 2022
Led by Nagesvara, with Amritapurna and Manjunara.
– Exploring the Buddha’s teaching in the Anapanasati sutta –
On this intensive silent meditation retreat we will explore the contemplations of the sutta in our own experience of the breathing body-mind, drawing on early as well as later traditions of Buddhism. There will be opportunities to develop both samadhi and vipashyana through short talks, guided meditations, one-to-one meditation reviews, group reviews and question and answer sessions. The retreat is suited for people who are familiar with the main meditation practices taught in Triratna.
Nagesvara has been teaching meditation for nearly two decades and spent the whole of 2017 in retreat at Uttaraloka under the guidance of Vessantara. Over the last few years he has been sharing his enthusiasm for samadhi and dhyana practice. The Anapanasati sutta is a text close to his heart, as it is one of the few places in the Pali canon where the Buddha gives detailed instructions on meditation, and is therefore particularly inspiring to explore with others.
For more information on this retreat, please watch a short video from Amritapurna.
You can also watch a short video of Nagesvara and Manjunara on the Anapanasati Sutta.