2018 Siddhartha's Intent Australia Program
Adelaide Vipashyana Retreat
"We can actually declare that, as non-theistic Buddhists, we can free the whole world from pain. That’s the greatest news. And we are doing it properly, rather than worshipping somebody or going into trance. We are doing it methodically, scientifically, psychologically. Starting with ourselves, we are expanding that news to others in turn. It is very definite and ordinary – and at the same time, it is quite remarkable."
Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche
The practice of Buddhist meditation allows us to uncover and experience our natural heritage of wisdom though cultivating insight or vipashyana. It is to establish a peaceful space of presence and mindfulness, allowing us to awaken a calmer and wider appreciation of our reality. A retreat is an invaluable moment of clarifying and re-affirming our commitment to the vision and path of meditation. Jakob Leschly will lead the retreat, offering general instruction and individual interviews. The retreat is held under the auspices of Tibetan Buddhist master Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche with Jakob Leschly as one of his resident instructors.
Venue: Fire Gate 12, Hannaford Hump Rd, Gould Creek. Directions will be given upon registration.
Dates: Commences Thursday 29 March, 6pm until Tuesday 3April at 10.30am
Costs: Note - All meals and accommodation are included in these costs.
• Women's dorm: $485 SIA member, $535 non-member
• Twin rooms: $585 SIA member, $635 non-member
• Camping: $435 SIA member, $485 non-member
REGISTRATION: To register click the accomodation option of your choice below*, and follow the online instructions:
*If you would like to discuss accommodation options other than camping, please contact Julianne at email@example.com
Places are limited so please book early. Payment must be received by 15 March at the latest.
Sponsorship: Financial assistance to attend SIA teaching events is available to approved applicants through the SIA sponsorship fund. Please note applications for sponsorship must be received 4 weeks prior to the scheduled retreat date.