Wed, 13 Sept|
Nature of Compassion 5 day Silent Retreat
During the retreat we will have the opportunity to explore self-compassion, and compassion for our wider community and the world. We will make the most of the beautiful grounds and countryside in and around Brinscall Hall and connect with nature through mindful compassionate awareness.
Time & Location
13 Sept 2023, 16:00 – 17 Sept 2023, 15:00
Brinscall, Brinscall Hall, Dick Ln, Brinscall, Chorley PR6 8QL, UK
About The Event
We would like to invite you to attend the Nature of Compassion retreat
Start time: 4pm Wednesday 13th September.
Finish time: lunchtime- Sunday 17th September
Brinscall Hall, Dick Lane, Chorley PR6 8QL
If you would like to attend, or require more information, please email Lilasuri asap -places are limited firstname.lastname@example.org
We will send you a booking form and more details about the retreat, including what to expect on a silent retreat
People with an existing mindfulness meditation practice. If you are unsure, please get in touch with the retreat facilitators.
The Nature of Compassion Retreat
During the retreat we will have the opportunity to explore self-compassion, and compassion for our wider community and the world. We will make the most of the beautiful grounds and countryside in and around Brinscall Hall and connect with nature through mindful compassionate awareness. Nature allows us to go deeper into our experience, creates freedom and expansion, and enables us to connect to something bigger than ourselves. We will connect with nature through gentle mindful activities, silent walks in the local countryside and you are invited to enjoy the ancestral feeling of a communal campfire.
Experienced and qualified mindfulness teachers Lilasuri and Karen will facilitate a safe holding of the retreat. In this supported container of stillness and care, we can experience a deepening of our own mindfulness meditation practice.
Your Retreat Facilitators
A qualified Mindfulness teacher who has delivered MBSR course's for a variety of organisations; Self Help, The Big Life Group and The Owl and the Coconut. She also delivers Radical Self-Care courses for Rainbow Mind, a mental health awareness and support project for the LGBTQI+, and has completed teacher training for the Mindful Self-Compassion eight week course developed by Kristen Neff and Christopher Germer. email@example.com@gmail.com
Mindfulness Coordinator for the mental health charity Mind in Salford, and a qualified mindfulness teacher, trainer and supervisor. She first came into contact with mindfulness through Buddhism. She is ordained into a Buddhist Order and has committed to living a life of compassion, wisdom and Buddhist ethics. She teaches mindfulness on a freelance basis for individuals, workplaces and communities and specialises in mindfulness and nature connection.