Jan Surrey, Phyllis Hicks
September 15, 2022 – September 18, 2022

This retreat is residential only.

The Buddha taught the spiritual urgency of recollecting the centrality of change and impermanence in our lives:   birth, aging, illness and death.  In this retreat, we will meditate on these recollections in silent and relational practice.  Together we will contemplate anicca – impermanence- the fundamental characteristic of human experience and particularly its power in shaping our lives and our practice as individuals and within relationships and communities.  We will investigate the teachings on aging, and meeting the suffering related to aging in ourselves, our partners, parents and friends.  We will also contemplate impermanence in the natural world and for life on our planet.

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