Date & Time Details: Friday, 21 June, the retreat will begin with a buffet supper and Solstice celebration starting at 6 pm, and on Sunday, 30 June 2018, we will end after lunch.

Location: Keswick, Ontario Canada

Address: Loretto Maryholme, 379A Bouchier St., Roches Point, On, L0E 1P0, Canada

Contact:
Dave Leggatt

Cost: This retreat is offered on full dana. A deposit of $100 will be required on registration. This deposit will be returned at the end of the retreat, or if the registration is cancelled before 1 April, 2019.

Kalyāṇa-mittatā Retreat: A Gathering of Beautiful Friends

With Mary Burns and Bhikkhu Sukhacitto

June 21 - 30, 2019

Insight Dialogue practitioners and teachers are invited to spend a week exploring what it really means to live the practice in community, to experience the practice outside of the structure of formal retreats, and to explore ways of bringing continuity of practice into our daily lives as we meditate together while sharing our daily tasks.

Our vision is to explore the lived experience of Kalyāamittatā, to provide the freedom to practice with what is familiar, but also the encouragement to practice with the unfamiliar, to venture close to the edge of the precipice, and to share our discoveries new and old. We have lifetimes of experience to share in this community of special friends.

In this same spirit of friendship, the Loretto Maryholme Retreat Centre has extended an invitation to their Solstice celebration on Friday evening, 21 June.

Space is limited, so please express your interest as soon as possible. Contact .

Leaders

Mary Burns
Mary Burns, LCSW is an Insight Dialogue Teacher. Mary serves as the Chairperson for Metta Programs Teachers’ Council and as a member of Metta’s Guiding Sangha. She is a faculty member for Metta’s Whole Life Program and Relational Insight Meditation Program. She offers retreats worldwide. Over the years she has…
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Bhikkhu Sukhacitto
Bhikkhu Sukhacitto is an Insight Dialogue Teacher. He was born in Germany in 1963 and first came into contact with Buddhism in 1986 in Thailand by attending a meditation retreat, offered through Wat Suan Mokkh. He ordained there as a novice in 1989 and as a monk in 1990. He returned…
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