The Colours and Myth of the Imagination – Women’s Residential Retreat

The Colours and Myth of the Imagination - Women's Residential Retreat

Fri Jan 28th 2022 5:00pm - 3:00pm
in person
sorry this event is fully booked

Note: Bookings are for in person only.

by donation
Mitra Retreat Sangha

“… it is important to have this… magical element, not just in our lives generally, but especially in our spiritual lives. And it is symbol, myth, ritual which help give life this magical element – you might also say imaginative element

We have the world as ‘directly’ experienced through our senses and we have the imaginal world, both an inner and outer experience. Do you have a particular doorway to the myth and imaginal realms of your life?

Join us for a long weekend exploring our personal myths and imagination through meditation, ritual, talks and discussion and simply being in nature.

The weekend will be co-created and organised between us. We look forward to being with you there.

Contact Esme on to reserve a space and let her know you’ve made the deposit payment.

To secure a place please give a non-refundable or transferable deposit of £70 through our ‘donate now’ page. The remaining sum is due 14th January. Use the reference ‘28-31 Jan “name”’ so we know who the payment is for. (eg. ’28-31 Jan Jo Bloggs’). The full amount for the retreat is between £155-£220 depending on your income.

A long weekend retreat for those identifying as women and with connections in the Bristol sangha. For mitras and those practising in Triratna for at least 10 years.
Led  by Dharmamrta and Karunavapi.
Friday 28th to Monday 31st January 2022. Arrive at 6pm on the Friday, finish at 3pm on Monday.
A residential retreat in the beautiful Maitreya House in remote Herefordshire; 75 minutes drive from Bristol (car sharing will be arranged).

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

Triratna Buddhist Community in Bristol is a Registered Charity in England (900165).

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