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Satipaṭṭhāna: Insight Meditation Retreat for Experienced Students (14 days)
March 28 – April 11, 2014 (Friday to Friday)
Registration for this retreat is closed
This retreat is full with a wait list of over 20 people. Please consider choosing another retreat.
Drawing on his canonical studies of early Buddhism, Bhikkhu Anâlayo will present his vision of how all four satipaṭṭhânas (ways of establishing mindfulness) can be practiced together. For the first week, he will offer meditation instructions and evening talks, and during both weeks will lead various discussion periods. In the second week, Joseph Goldstein will give teachings on the Four Noble Truths, and during both weeks Joseph and Sally Armstrong will meet with retreatants about their practice.
Participants are required to have sat at least two retreats of a week or more with a recognized insight meditation teacher. Please document this when registering.
The teachers ask that in preparation for this course, all participants read Bhikkhu Anālayo’s new book, Perspectives on Satipaṭṭhāna. For ordering instructions, including a discount for retreatants, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Joseph Goldstein has taught Buddhist meditation worldwide since 1974. A co-founder and guiding teacher of IMS, he also helped envision and establish BCBS and IMS's Forest Refuge center. His books include Mindfulness: A Practical Guide to Awakening, One Dharma, Insight Meditation and others.
Listen to one of Joseph's talks: Liberation Through Non-Clinging given at IMS on November 19, 2008 – 61 minutes, 28.2 MB (Download, Stream)
Bhikkhu Anālayo is a German scholar-monk, teacher and author of Satipaṭṭhāna: The Direct Path to Realization. He studies Buddhist texts in Pali, Sanskrit, Chinese and Tibetan, with a special interest in Buddhist meditation and the role of women in Buddhism.
Sally Armstrong began practicing vipassana meditation in India in 1981, and started teaching in 1996. She is a co-guiding teacher at Spirit Rock Meditation Center, and has also led Spirit Rock’s Dedicated Practitioners Program for 12 years.
Listen to one of Sally's talks: What is Mindfulness? given at IMS on September 12, 2011 – 57 minutes, 39.6 MB (Download, Stream)