Resilience and the Art of Happiness – Finding resource within the circumstances of our lives
Sat, May 29, 2021
9:30 AM – 5:00 PM
As human beings our lives include joy and difficulty. Given the changing nature of experience, what kind of happiness is possible for us? Can we discover sources of wellbeing and resilience that are available to us regardless of current circumstances? On this day retreat we will develop insight into how these wholesome states arise, and how they can be nourished.
The day will include guided and silent practice, teachings and time for questions.
All levels of meditation experience are welcome
The day will be held in silence.
Zohar has been practising meditation in different traditions since 1995. This journey has taken her from the meditation cushion into exploring further ways of expressing truth and love and in 2004 she co-founded SanghaSeva. She now spends most of her time facilitating retreats that offer service as a spiritual path around the world. Since 2006 she has been teaching on silent retreats and Dharma gatherings in India, Europe and Israel.
Glenfrome Primary School, Bristol, BS5 6TY
The day is 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),
- a yoga mat,
- cushions and blankets so you can be comfortable for the day.
Chairs and gym mats are provided.
Booking is £15 waged and £7.50 unwaged (plus booking fee). This covers the admin fees of the hall hire etc.
We ask for dana (donation) to be given on the day to cover the cost of the teacher so please bring cash/cheque if you wish to donate towards the cost of the teaching itself.
You can book on Eventbrite here