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Fabrication and non-fabrication with Christina Feldman
17 November 2019 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
This day is for experienced practitioners. The Buddha was passionate about understanding the architecture of distress, which to him also involved understanding how our personal world of experience is constructed. In this day retreat we will explore how our world is fabricated and how to step out of the cycles of fabrications into a freer way of being. If interested it would be useful to read the Honeyball Sutta, although this is not a requirement. The day will include teaching, times for questions/reflection and formal meditation held within a backdrop of silence.
A prerequisite for this day for experienced practitioners is previous silent retreat experience and some familiarity with core teachings of the Buddha.
TEACHER SUPPORT AND EVENT PRICES
Events at London Insight are offered in a spirit of generosity. The price you pay goes towards the running of the event but does not include any payment to the teachers for their teaching. Instead our teachers rely on the generosity of participants for their livelihood. You will be invited to make a financial contribution to the teacher. Click here for more information
Standard: £20.00 – This covers our costs but not the cost of providing supported places
Sponsor: £25.00 – A voluntary higher rate enabling us to offer supported rate places
Supported: £12.00 – For those unable to afford the standard rate
Please pay the sponsor rate if you can.
If you are unable to afford the supported rate please let us know. We try to ensure that no one is turned away because of lack of funds.
LUNCH: Please bring a vegetarian ‘ready to eat’ contribution to our shared lunch. Hot drinks will be provided.
SEATING: Chairs and mats will be provided; bring your own cushion if you prefer to sit on the floor.
REGISTRATION: will open at 9.30am; the teachings will begin at 10.00am
PARKING: There is no parking in the school but free parking is available on North End Road and surrounding streets.