This retreat focusses on meditating in the natural state of our mind (mahāmadurā), experiencing “embodied flow” with awareness in guided group practices and reflecting on personal and social change through deepened awareness.
The meditation teachings are given in the style of the Tibetan "Mahamudra" tradition, which aims at resting in the natural state of being through a deep awareness of the ungraspable nature of all phenomena. It is a deeply transformative meditation. The heart-felt letting go, which is necessary in this process, becomes possible through trust and insight into the inherently liberated nature of our mind.
Whether at rest or in motion, we always cultivate the awake, immediate experience of now and take all sensory experiences as gateways into simple, timeless being. Seeing, hearing, feeling and thinking, all forms of experience reveal themselves as the spontaneous play of changing phenomena. We practise recognising the true nature of experience by looking again and again into the continuous change and intangible nature of “what is”. In doing so, the flowing now reveals itself – and we also discover the forces that shape this process. The path of awakening, “simply being like this”, becomes a personal experience.
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