27Oct(Oct 27)10:00 AM31(Oct 31)12:00 PMLove and Kindness: A Metta Retreat for the BIPOC Community -- OnlineA Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) Retreat10:00 AM - 12:00 PM (31) Online Teacher(s): Pawan Bareja, PhD, SEP; Carol Cano, MA; Jeff Haozous; Alisa Dennis, PhD; Jonathan Relucio (movement) No prerequisiteOpen
Dates: October 27-31, 2020. 5 days. A daily schedule will be posted closer to the retreat. Sliding Scale: $0-$1,500, PLUS a donation to the teacher(s) and retreat staff. Code 208R20. Please Note:
Dates: October 27-31, 2020. 5 days. A daily schedule will be posted closer to the retreat.
Sliding Scale: $0-$1,500, PLUS a donation to the teacher(s) and retreat staff. Code 208R20.
Please Note: This retreat is now offered online only. We invite you to try this creative form of practice as we take care of one another and respond skillfully to COVID-19.
OPEN TO ALL SELF-IDENTIFIED BLACK, INDIGENOUS, AND PEOPLE OF COLOR.
We are delighted to announce this retreat is offered at a $0-based sliding scale thanks to a gift from the Kataly Foundation. Join Us!
Spirit Rock warmly welcomes all self-identified Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC) practitioners who are nourished by Buddhist teachings of Lovingkindness and Compassion. These practices help us relate to ourselves and the world from a place of love, clarity and empowerment.
Lovingkindness supports our heart’s natural capacity to respond with love, warmth and tenderness. Over time, we develop a sense of interconnectedness with all creation.
Compassion practice gently turns us towards the suffering that comes from living in an unfriendly world. It helps us meet our inner critic and the world with clear-seeing and kindness.
This retreat will include silent sitting, walking periods, Dharma talks, and group discussions.
You are welcome! We are delighted to offer a $0-based sliding scale for this retreat. For more information, please email Registration@spiritrock.org. Deep bows of gratitude to the Kataly Foundation for supporting this retreat.