Embodied mindfulness is the heart of the practice. During formal sitting and during daily activities we are invited to be aware of the sensations in the body. Becoming aware of the changing body sensations we also become aware of the changing movements in the mind. Becoming more familiar with the body-mind process we discover where the mind is free and where it is entangled. In this way we gain insight in who we really are. We practice to make our home in the body-mind, a safe place to be.
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This year it is the 5th anniversary of Ruth’s passing. We will honor her in this retreat.
The program includes sitting- and walking meditation and mindful movements. There are dharma talks, question and answers, group- and individual interviews (English/ German/ Dutch).