RETREATS & SPECIAL EVENTS

BRIDGET ROLENS LEADS SUNDAY MORNING MEDITATION MARCH 6 AT 10:00
AND BRIDGET LEADS ONLINE WEEKEND INSIGHT MEDITATION RETREAT MARCH 18-20

The Dharma of the Senses

Led by Bridget Rolens

Friday March 18-Sunday March 20, 2022

Offered on Zoom

Ledi Sayadaw, one of the great Burmese meditation masters and scholars of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, likened the sense bases [eyes, ears, nose, tongue, body, and mind] to six train stations from which trains travel to various destinations. Either they take us to situations of suffering, they take us to realms of happiness, or to freedom and full awakening. He invites us to consider how all the wholesome and unwholesome actions we do, with their respective karmic consequences, originate at one of the sense doors. 


The structure of the weekend will support a continuity of mindfulness while sitting, walking, eating, and moving about throughout the day. Dhamma talks and discussions will provide time to explore the teachings and practices of the Buddha. This retreat is appropriate for both beginning meditators and those with experience.


Dates and Times:

Friday evening 7:00 pm -9:00 pm

Saturday 9:00 am-5:00 pm

Sunday 9:00 am-12:00 noon

​​**When you register, you will be given a link to the retreat that will work for all days of the retreat. You will also receive a welcome with guidelines for doing a retreat practice at home.**

 

Cost: This retreat is offered on a dana basis. Dana is a practice of generosity that is central to the Theravada Buddhist tradition. Teachers like Bridget offer the teachings of the Buddha freely. Your generosity supports Bridget's ability to offer the teachings. Please mindfully consider a donation to Bridget that seems suitable to you given the circumstances you are currently in.

TO REGISTER: PLEASE FOLLOW THE LINK BELOW:
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-dharma-of-the-senses-meditation-retreat-tickets-272060880417

 

About the Teacher:

Bridget Rolens has practice insight meditation since 1997. She teaches mindfulness meditation as a spiritual practice and as a tool for stress reduction. Bridget has certification as a Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction teacher. Recognized by the Spirit Rock Teachers Council as a Community Dharma Leader, she leads a weekly insight meditation group, offers classes and retreats, and mentors individuals. Over forty-five years of experience in healthcare and spiritual practices rooted in Christian, Buddhist and Twelve-Step Recovery traditions gives Bridget a strong understanding of the connection between body, mind and spirit.

Engaged Buddhism Study Group

Our newly formed Engaged Buddhism Study Group welcomes your participation. If you would like to be involved email Caya at Cayasadhana@yahoo.com and we will put you on the mailing list and let you know when our monthly meetings are.