€ 50 for organization, food, teaching aids and space

Date & Time Details: Jan 31 - Feb 2, 2020: Fri 6-9pm, Sat 8am-7pm, Sun 8am-1pm

Location: Ljubljana, Slovenia

Address: Center za cujecnost, Ulica Jozeta Jame 12, Ljubljana

Robert Krizaj
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Dana: Teachings are free offered. There will be opportunity to offer support to the teachers.

Language: Retreat will be taught in Enligsh.

Experience: This retreat is best suited to people who have some experience of silent practice, but prior Insight Dialogue experience is not required.

An Introduction to Relational Insight Meditation

With Antonella Commellato and Fabio Giommi

January 31 - February 2, 2020

The experience of relationship from the perspective of Insight Dialogue. 

Non-residential Insight Dialogue Urban Retreat

A Dharma based retreat that integrates individual and relational meditation or Insight Dialogue.

The focus of this retreat is to explore (through the perspective of Insight Dialogue) the experience of being in relational contact with another. We will look at contact, relationships, the other, expectations, desires, dissatisfaction and the possibility of maturing more balance, comprehension, equanimity, and freedom through the practice.

The retreat will be held in silence except for structured periods of Insight Dialogue practice. There will be times of silent sitting, mindful movement, and dialogue in groups of two or more, with guided contemplations.

The retreat is open to ID beginners and long-time meditation practitioners.


Antonella Commellato
Antonella Commellato teaches retreats, day longs and guides Insight Dialogue and Dharma Contemplation groups in Italy. Antonella began to meditate in the Vipassana tradition in 1992, attending retreats led by Corrado Pensa and other Vipassana teachers. In 1998 she became deeply involved in the Advaita Vedanta (non-dual) tradition as a…
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Fabio Giommi
Fabio Giommi teaches retreats, day longs and guides Insight Dialogue practice groups in Italy. Fabio began to meditate in 1997 in the Vipassana tradition, attending retreats led by Corrado Pensa and monastic teachers from Thai and Burmese traditions. In 1998 he became deeply involved in the Advaita Vedanta (non-dual) tradition…
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