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Regular Program
 

Friday

19:00- 20:30 

 

Dates:

31.01.2020

21.02.2020

28.02.2020

Weekly Friday-Meditation for Buddhists

 

We offer weekly meditations for beginners and advanced practitioners, in particular from the Heidekreis area. We practice Calm Abiding together, to attain meditative stability. Everyone is warmly invited to participate. Donations are welcome.

 

Why Meditate?

Our mind is accustomed not only to register every sensory impression every sense impression, but also to comment, compare, and classify into good or bad. Our mind gallops like an untamed horse from one excitation to the next. If there is nothing at the outside, we create something. We quickly make a phone call, turn on the TV or surf the Internet. Immediately endless chains of thought appear, leading us gradually further away from our center. The growing number of people, who are suffering from burnout, should give us pause. Stress arises from a troubled mind.

 

Calm abiding, undistracted, in fresh attention is a way to calm the mind. A calmed mind enables us to control what and when we want to think, rather than be swamped by endless thoughts.
Through meditation we bring the troubled and distracted mind back home. 

 

 

Thursday

19:00- 20:00

 

Dates:

30.01.2020

06.02.2020

20.02.2020

27.02.2020

Weekly Thursday-Meditation for Nonbuddhists

 

We offer weekly meditations for beginners and advanced practitioners, in particular from the Heidekreis area. We practice Calm Abiding together, to attain meditative stability. Everyone is warmly invited to participate. Donations are welcome.

 

Why Meditate?

Our mind is accustomed not only to register every sensory impression every sense impression, but also to comment, compare, and classify into good or bad. Our mind gallops like an untamed horse from one excitation to the next. If there is nothing at the outside, we create something. We quickly make a phone call, turn on the TV or surf the Internet. Immediately endless chains of thought appear, leading us gradually further away from our center. The growing number of people, who are suffering from burnout, should give us pause. Stress arises from a troubled mind.

 

Calm abiding, undistracted, in fresh attention is a way to calm the mind. A calmed mind enables us to control what and when we want to think, rather than be swamped by endless thoughts.
Through meditation we bring the troubled and distracted mind back home. 

 

 

 

Retreat

Spring 2020

Perfect time for personal retreats

Upon the advice of the Robert-Koch-Institute and the Goverment, all private retreats have been cancelled for the time being.

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Milarepa Retreat Zentrum
Reimerdinger Str. 18
D 29640 Schneverdingen
Phone +49-(0)5193-97432-000
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