Freedom of the Heart Unbound with Nathan Glyde
Saturday 17th September 10am-5.00pm
The Buddha taught a path “good in the beginning, in the middle, and in the end”. This statement emphasises how unbound well-being is not left only for completion, and reminds us to find release in every step of the great way.
What might a continuously liberating path look like for us? Could these shoulders relax a little bit more right now; may this heart open in kindness to one more being in this moment; can this mind gather and sustain on just one ‘thing’ for a while? And from this new now, what else can soften, expand, release, unbind…?
Let’s dedicate this day of practice to the art of letting go, letting be, and letting in: opening our hearts and minds to what is here and now, and releasing onwards into something thoroughly unbound.
The retreat is open to all levels of meditational experience.
Nathan Glyde: has been practicing and studying meditation since 1997, and sharing teachings on retreats since 2007. In 2004 he co-founded SanghaSeva whose retreats emphasise wisdom and compassion in ecological and humanitarian service. Nathan’s full teaching schedule is available at DependentOrigination.org
Retreat Day Venue: Glenfrome Primary School, Bristol, BS5 6TY
These days are run by Bristol Insight Meditation group from 10-5 with a shared lunch. You can arrive as from 9.30 to have a bit of time for a drink and to settle in before we start at 10am.
So please bring the following items with you on the day:
- a vegetarian dish to share (or your own pack lunch if you prefer),
- You may wish to bring your own meditation cushions or bench. Chairs and gym mats are provided.
Early Bird Booking (if you book more than 2 weeks before the event) is £15 waged and £7.50 unwaged (plus booking fee).
Late Booking is £20 waged and £10 unwaged.
This covers the admin fees and the hall hire only. There will be an opportunity to offer dana (the practice of generosity) for the teacher as a donation on the day.
You can book on Eventbrite here
For more information about our day retreats generally, please visit our General Information and Practicalities page on our website.