Meditation in the mountains
from Sunday evening, July 15th to Saturday aftern0on, July 21st
Landscape to explore with the inner view
This retreat is guided by Lama Tsultrim Gyamtso.
Meditative hikes are an excellent way to induce relaxation and to open your mind and helps you to realize the true nature of mind.
The meditative walk is silent; all along the hike, there will be meditative breaks and instructions will be provided
We start the day with a meditation session in the temple then we leave after breakfast, taking a picnic lunch with us. By mid-day, after a meditation time, we have our meal, and rest for a while. Then we walk back to the hermitage. We get back in the afternoon, and have free time to rest. A evening meditation session may take place after the evening meal, depending on how tired we are.
The hikes will be relatively slow, but these are hikes and they can be quite long (about 10 km).
We require that the group stays together in meditation, silence, respect and walking.
It is important to bring good walking shoes, a raincoat, warm clothes, sunglasses, sun protection, a hat and possibly two walking sticks. Also, bring a backgpack, a waterbottle and two plastic boxes (“Tupperware”) to take lunch.