Healing Ourselves, Healing the World:
A path of self care and engagement.
23rd - 25th February 2018
A retreat for people of Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) backgrounds/ People of Global Majority
Book early as there are limited places
We are delighted to offer our third Buddhist mindfulness retreat by Kaira Jewel for people of colour in the UK. In this retreat, along with our mindful practice (walking, eating, noble silence and sharing Dharma wisdom), we will cultivate tools for healing our pain, self-care and building community to nourish and sustain long-term peace and joy through on-going inner and outer transformation.
This retreat is for people of Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME), mixed racial heritages and indigenous backgrounds/global majority. This includes people who come from African, Caribbean, Asian and Middle Eastern backgrounds, mixed-race and indigenous or mixed race of North, Central and South America, Australia, New Zealand.
Both new and experienced practitioners are welcome.
We will gather together, as representatives of the global majority, to take refuge in a community practicing in the tradition of Thich Nhat Hanh. Our daily practice will include meditation, sitting and walking, daily dharma talks, mindful meals in silence, group sharing, alongside with Qi Gong, InterPlay (a fun and creative improvisational) and body wisdom practice.
Practicing in this way will transform our pain, bring peace and healing for both ourselves and our world.
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