Being A Refuge for the World:

The Generosity of Non-Harming and Anukampa (Compassionate Care)



December 31, 2023 – January 1, 2024
Venue:
Online (Zoom)
Teacher:
Susie Harrington and Denise Ackert (assistant)

Suggested Donation: $60 - $200. All are welcome, no donation required. $20 from each donation covers administrative costs of the retreat. The remainder provides support to allow Susie to continue offering these teachings (dana). Please give as feels appropriate and generous for you. Please delight in your generosity and know that the dharma continues to be offered to you and others through our collective acts of sharing.
Information about Retreat Dana

Schedule
This retreat begins at 9:00 am (MST) on Dec 31st 2023 and will end at 3:00 (MST) on Jan 1st 2024. There will be the opportunity to do an intensive retreat or to customize the retreat for your personal situation and availability.


As we enter the New Year, what are gifts of participation and healing that we can offer to the world and ourselves? The Buddha said to “Care for ourselves, care for the other, and care for the whole world.” The foundational Buddhist precept of non-harming takes on increasingly potent meaning as we navigate the challenges of aggression and dysfunction internally and externally. Recognizing our interconnectedness, and as an offering of our sincere care (anukampa) for the world, we practice together to cultivate recognition of our essential beauty and harmony.

During this silent retreat, there will be sitting and walking meditation, meditation instructions and dharma talks. This retreat is open to all – those with experience and those new to practice.


Zoom Link and additional information will be sent 5 days before the retreat.

If you need assistance with registration please contact Keelin Lewis at WTK or (970) 988-8323.

Registration