Date(s) - 23 Jan 2021
9:30 am - 4:30 pm
To support ourselves and others, and remain balanced in challenging times, the Buddha gave us the practice of muditā (sympathetic or altruistic joy). As one of the brahmavihārās (divine abodes), it encourages the celebration of happiness, success, freedom and joy, of others as well as inside oneself. Learning how to do this nurtures and inspires us, making it easier to tap into feelings of compassion, kindness and even love, also when faced with suffering.
On this day retreat Ven. Candā will offer different ways to recognise, cultivate and celebrate our inherent goodness, and explore how focussing on the goodness of life as a path to our own happiness also contributes to the happiness of all sentient beings.
The day will include periods of sitting and walking meditation, Dhamma reflections and an opportunity for Q&A.