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Finding Our True Home (Oct 11-16, 2013)

Mindfulness Retreat in English with Thich Nhat Hanh
What
  • Retreat
When Oct 11, 2013 01:00 PM to
Oct 16, 2013 02:00 PM
Where Deer Park Monastery
Contact Name
Contact Phone 760-291-1003 ext 100
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Registration for this retreat has filled up and is closed as of April 10.

The waiting list sign up was closed on April 23.

The English retreat, with the theme Finding Our True Home, is one of five retreats that are being offered in our practice centers in the US in 2013.The retreat will be led by Thich Nhat Hanh along with the monks and nuns of Deer Park Monastery, Magnolia Grove Monastery, Blue Cliff Monastery, and Plum Village. More information about all the other events, please visit our Tour Website.

For Retreat Information for Finding our True Home - Click here!

The retreat is open to all, including beginners, those who have previously attended retreats, and families with children. The first part of the talks are normally dedicated to children. The nuns, monks and staff members will lead a mindfulness practice program for teens (ages 13-17). Some parents will be invited to help other monks, nuns and laystaff with a similar program focused on children (6 to 12 years old). Children under 6 are welcome to join the retreat under the care of their parent.

We welcome the participation of people from all backgrounds, regardless of ethnic origin, race, cultural background, socio-economic class, age, gender, sexual orientation, or physical ability.

We are committed to fostering a practice environment where all may touch the Dharma and find healing and nourishment.

As with all our retreats, we encourage participants to share rides wherever possible in order to reduce the environmental aspect of traveling. Please use the commenting system below to make connections with other participants to offer rides and insights on reducing the impact.

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