Retreats / Day Events

Day Retreat - Norwich & Gt Yarmouth Sanghas

" THERE'S NOTHING THAT JUMPS OUT - Transition and the Unknown ."

Join Satyagita and Saroja for a day of practice in the lovely surroundings of St Lawrence's at South Walsham ;a spacious, light , airy converted church with a sensory garden in the ruins of the tower.

This is a sangha occasion for people from Gt Yarmouth and Norwich to be together and is open to anyone who is familiar with our two meditation practices.

Our theme - as far as there is one - is the transitory nature of existence, our tendency to want certainty and how we might be in the moment. There will be input from Satyagita and Saroja with periods of silence, meditation, discussion , looking and listening. To some extent activities will be weather dependent, so come prepared to be outside even if it is damp.

To maintain comfortable spacing the maximum number for the day is 20 people, Please bring your own picnic lunch and meditation gear. There will be a limited supply of mats and cushions.

At the end of the session we may be asked by the organiser at St Lawrence's to undertake some cleaning.

Car parking is limited so if possible do car share.

For your own safety and well being and that of others we ask you to take a lateral flow test before attending.

Satyagita and Saroja look forward to seeing you for this in person event.

Sat 16 Oct

10.30am - 4.00pm

Cost £30 or £20 (concession)

Death and the Only Beauty that Lasts

"The only beauty that lasts is the beauty is the beauty of the human heart." Rumi

Move into a healthier relationship with death on this experiential journey led by Siddhisambhava

"Death is not a subject most people really want to face up to, especially when it’s personal. It would be easy to think ‘no, not for me’. And yet, I’d recommend Siddhisambhava workshops and retreats to anyone – exactly because we don’t want to look there. But if you do, with the skilful and sensitive guidance that Siddhisambhava offers, you are likely to discover a sense of being more alive, more present and more at home with yourself. Facing our human situation in this realistic way, turning towards our fears, is exactly what helps them to diminish.”

Tejananda, Chair, Vajraloka meditation retreat centre, Corwen, Wales

Open to all

**Booking restricted to 15 places**

Please bring your own vegetarian or vegan lunch, rather than food to share so that everyone can be Covid-comfortable.

Priority booking for the whole weekend initially.

For more info about Siddhisambhava and the workshop www.janparker.co.uk

Sat 9 Oct and Sun 10 Oct

10am-5.00pm


£60 (£44 concs)