Go for a deep dive: experiments with wisdom - the four applications of mindfulness continues
Douglas Veenhof will be returning February 28th - March 9th to guide us deeper through the four applications of mindfulness. The Buddha called this "the direct path to liberation", the fusion of Shamatha with Vipashyana. It's a comprehensive methodology to probe four misunderstandings that are the root of all human problems, Vipashyana, on a foundation of meditative quietude, Shamatha.
Three Jewels Vancouver is offering a unique "urban weekend retreat" at their studio at 9 East Broadway, Vancouver, BC. For those wishing to continue the deep dive, there will be a 7-day residential retreat at Loon Lake Retreat Centre in Maple Ridge, BC. February 28 - March 2
Friday, 7:00-9:00pm Public Talk, $40
Sat & Sun, 10:00am-5:00pm $125 per day, $250 full weekend
March 3 - 9 $650 includes previous weekend
single day options available at $100 per day
Register Today! Space is limited.
Pre-registration is mandatory for BOTH the weekend and the long retreats. There are many attendance options. Choose from one day to the full ten days.
Please contact Meshe at [masked]
to reserve your spot, talk about the payment plan and ask questions.
See our special retreat website for all the important details.
Douglas Veenhof is a former mountain guide, an award-winning journalist, and the author of White Lama: The Life of Tantric Yogi Theos Bernard, Tibet's Lost Emissary to the New World. He has studied and practiced Buddhism for more than twenty years and graduated with honours from the seven-year program of advanced Buddhist studies at Diamond Mountain. He is currently at work on a new book examining his own spiritual experiences in light of contemporary theories of consciousness.