Residential program 4-6 December 2020
The essence of Buddha-Nature is impermanence. Everything changes, all the time. This is attested by the breath. How we breathe reflects who we are and the manner in which we express ourselves – physically, emotionally and spiritually. Mindful breathing, i.e. breathing peace, focuses on the breath in a natural, healthy way. This can help with various medical conditions including insomnia, low energy, high blood pressure and so on. Breathing mindfully increases our longevity and supports our quest for well-being, self-realisation and self-transformation.
Inner Peace can be straightforward if you simply relate with things as they are and don’t try to stock up, amass arsenals and collect more weapons in case you might need to defend yourself, or more food, so that if you run out, you would have something to live on. Neither does it depend upon making sure that if you are removed from one position, organisation or relationship, that you have another to join. Trying to stock up and make sure that there is some kind of security is what leads to aggression, which is the opposite of peace. Only you can make inner peace happen for you. This happens when we reveal conditioning’s follies and let go into acceptance of movement, change, and the largesse of Life.At this retreat course, we let go, rest and dissolve into the unknown. You can use your breath to navigate through troubled times easily, gracefully and masterfully by breathing peace into your body, your mind, and the world. Learn, enjoy, master and benefit from making your mind and heart peaceful. Forgive and life.