Maps for the path to freedom – Men’s Residential Retreat

Maps for the path to freedom - Men's Residential Retreat

Fri Mar 8th 2024 6:00pm - 4:00pm
in person
booking not required
by donation
Retreat

Friday 8th – Sunday 10th March

Introduction to the four myths that describe the variety of Buddhist approaches to our spiritual journey towards Liberation. Come and enjoy community, conversation and reflection in beautiful countryside.

Led by Bhadra, Cittamani and Team.

Open to all who identify as men and have completed an Introductory Course at the Buddhist Centre.

Retreat Info:

The venue is about an hour from Bristol and we will organise shared travel from the Buddhist Centre (Parking is very limited at the retreat centre). There is comfortable shared accommodation and you are also welcome to camp. All meals will be vegetarian.

Places are limited. Booking essential. Location – Anybody’s Barn.

Payments taken via the ‘donate now’ page.

Starts 6pm on Friday and ends 4pm on Sunday.

Non-refundable deposit £60 (to secure your place)

Full payment / cost: waged £130, unwaged £95. To be paid 5 days before the retreat.

Please bring your own meditation equipment. (If you don’t have it then we can provide some).

To book email info@bristol-buddhist-centre.org and include the following information:

-If you can offer a lift (and to how many people) or need a lift.

-An area where you’re based (for car sharing).

We will put you in touch with others in your area (by sharing email).

Bristol Buddhist Centre, 162 Gloucester Rd, Bishopston, Bristol, BS7 8NT

info@bristol-buddhist-centre.org

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