Yoga of Buddha Prajnaparamita (Post-Spring-Festival Retreat)Class/Course Date(s) & Time: Friday 1st June-Wednesday 6th June, Starts 19:30 Finishes 13:00
Class/Course Level: Suitable for all levels
Bodhisattva KMC (Venue Map & Information)3 Lansdowne Road, Brighton, East Sussex, BN3 1DN
This retreat can be attended for individual days.
An opportunity to deepen our experience of the teachings at the Spring Festival.
However, everyone is welcome to attend our retreat; it is not restricted to those who were at Spring Festival.
The retreat venue – Bodhisattva KMC
The environment of Bodhisattva Kadampa Meditation Centre is very relaxing, and there is plenty of time between retreat sessions to enjoy our World Peace Café, to meet and chat with other retreatants and the community of Bodhisattva KMC, and to enjoy walking and gentle strolls along the Brighton and Hove sea front and promenade.
The peaceful surroundings of Bodhisattva KMC help people to create a comfortable space within their own minds.
The Retreat Teacher – Gen Kelsang Samten
This retreat will be guided by our special guest teacher Gen Kelsang Samten. He is among Geshe Kelsang Gyatso’s most senior students, and he taught for many years in the UK, including at Manjushri KMC.
Gen Samten is a very experienced meditator and Teacher who can explain profound Dharma very clearly, and guide us to deeper insights and familiarity with these practices.
He has been the Resident Teacher at KMC New York since the autumn of 2008.
The retreat schedule
The retreat will begin on the evening of Friday 1 June, at 7.15 pm, with an introduction and end on Wednesday 6 June, with lunch, served at 1 pm. There will be four sessions of retreat each day and, to preserve the peaceful experience of the retreat, silence will be observed during the mornings.
Further details, and the option of booking online, will be added closer to the event.
Class/Course Fee: Various options available. £150 for the entire course. (includes food and refreshments) This course can be attended non-residentially