WISDOM OF MINDFULNESS
WORLD DHARMA MEDITATION RETREAT
with ALAN CLEMENTS & SPECIAL GUESTS
World Dharma is the Universal Practice of Shared Freedom, Environmental Sanity and Global Human Rights
The Artful Fusion of Mindfulness Training, Insight Meditation, Yoga, Buddhist Psychology and the Liberating Art of Being True and Human
From May 29 (arrive 1-5 pm) to June 4, 2017 (at 12 noon)
Deep in nature at Gymea Eco Retreat & Spa, Uki, NSW, Australia
(45 minutes from Byron Bay)
An experience grounded in the practice of mindfulness meditation in the lineage of Alan Clements’ Buddhist teachers – Burma’s Mahasi Sayadaw and Sayadaw U Pandita – and a non-sectarian World Dharma elevating freedom, dignity, and universal rights.
RETREAT REGISTRATION FORM VIA ONLINE APPLICATION
To attend the retreat please fill out the registration form below.
We will confirm your retreat participation within a day or two.
RETREAT FEES: As a non-profit production, World Dharma is
committed to offering the retreat as inexpensively as possible.
In partnership with Gymea Eco Retreat our three-tier retreat fee
structure (below) is based upon the lowest cost to produce this
unique seven day residential retreat experience that includes three
gourmet vegetarian meals a day, luxurious rooms and teachings.
Please choose a tier that is appropriate to you.
Within the cost there is not a fee for Alan to lead the retreat.
He offers his time freely on dana – a Buddhist Pali word that
means “the practice of unconditional giving.”
THREE-TIER RETREAT PRICING: (US funds)
[$1195. Supporter ] Support other yogis and yourself.
[$995. Sustainer ] Covers your costs.
[$795. Community] Discounted fee.
There are no refunds after March 31, 2017. However, if you must cancel
you can use all funds paid towards attending the 2018 Australia retreat.
“The mind is a living organism that chaperons us everywhere, haloing our bodies as the biosphere does the earth. It informs us of everything we think, feel, and say. Consciousness is as central to life as the ecosystem is to the earth. We can’t live without it, nor can it be escaped. It is home. Neglect consciousness — denigrate it, violate it — and like the earth, the individual suffers, and often causes suffering, too. On the other hand, nurture consciousness — understand its nature, inhabit it wisely — and we flourish, and elevate society too.”A Future to Believe In: 108 Reflections on the Art and Activism of Freedom