When Nothing You Do Is Ever Enough What Do You Do?
Practice in the Face of the Climate Emergency
Date and time: Saturday, 5 October 2019, 10am to 4.30pm
Venue: Quaker Meeting House, Bridgend CF31 4AZ
How might we live life if we dared to really open our hearts to the truth of our predicament? What practices will help to resource and strengthen our heart-mind and uncover the beauty of an innate wisdom, an ever-deepening understanding of our interconnectedness with all of life?
And how might such understanding change the very ways we perceive ourselves and others, and how we live in the world? Through exploring practices supporting kindness, insight and inquiry we can cultivate the heart’s capacity to open in ways that nourish and empower, and that bring forth a sense of joyful dedicated responsibility.
There will be instructions, guided interactive practices and reflections.
Kirsten has practised Buddhist meditation in Asia and the West since 1993. She started teaching in 2006. One of her particular passions is exploring how wisdom teachings can foster appropriate responses to the challenges of our time.
Kirsten supports those on personal retreat in Gaia House, is co-initiator of the Dharma Action Network for Climate Engagement and teaches retreats with SanghaSeva combining Dharma practice and Service.
This retreat is booked by payment of the £15 registration fee. There is general information about day retreats here, or book your place below.Refund Policy Please note we are run by volunteers and do not have the admin capacity to deal with refunds. Once paid, registration fee is non-refundable.