Loving Kindness – Online

With Andrew Warr, Anne Sheehan and Derek Corr
Connecting with our innate empathy and kindness
Friday 23 October, 7:30pm to Sunday 25 October, 6:30pm

Everyone is welcome to this online event and no prior experience of meditation is needed.

Live Online Content Including:

  • Ways to evoke the natural love we all have within us
  • Learning to be our own best friend
  • What does it mean to have love for those we have difficulty with
  • Providing an effective methodology in the form of Loving kindness meditation
  • Moving toward a universal love while also treasuring our near and dear ones
  • Showing how this meditation can be transformative in our daily life even in the most mundane or challenging situations

An introduction to meditations which offer gentle yet powerful tools to open our hearts and minds, to connect with the immeasurable treasury of love within us and to develop empathy and kindness far beyond conventional limitations.

It is a timeless spiritual truth that we all have an immeasurable treasury of love within us.

2,500 years ago the Buddha taught his disciples the meditations on Loving Kindness as a way to reconnect with that inner wealth. In modern times these meditations still provide gentle yet powerful tools for opening our hearts and minds.

Loving kindness is a practice which has proved tremendously helpful, both to those who are already experienced in other forms of meditation and those who are completely new to meditation.

This Bank Holiday weekend event will provide you the tools to establish Loving Kindness as a source of nourishment and well-being in your life and to integrate the practice meaningfully into your everyday reality.

“It was lovely to be able to join this retreat although not being present in Ireland. I was surprised at how connected I felt to each and everyone of the participants and how strong the whole experience could be even if done through a screen.” .

Schedule

Friday 23rd October
7.10pm Explanation by our IT support team for everyone on how we will be using Zoom for this particular retreat.
7.30pm – 8.45pm. Opening retreat session

Saturday 24th and Sunday 25th
9.30am – 10.30am Session
10.30am – 11.00am Break
11.00am – 12.00 Session
12.00 – 4.00pm Long lunch break
4.00pm – 5.00pm Session
5.00pm – 5.30pm Break
5.30pm – 6.30pm Session

How to prepare for the online event

To prepare for the live streaming, make sure you have a comfortable seat with your computer or laptop preferably on a table or chair in front of you, not on your knee.

To join the live streaming, you will receive an email with a link. Please click the link and you will be invited to install the Zoom Video App on your computer or phone. Zoom is one of the world’s most popular video conference Apps and is completely safe and secure. You do not have to have or create a Zoom account to join this streaming.

It takes about three minutes to install the App so please join the live stream a few minutes early to make sure you have the App working.

You can also click this “Test-link” https://zoom.us/j/261057358 anytime before the streaming (now if you like) to install the App in advance of the live stream.

On some computers, when you load the App. the meeting will automatically open on others it may ask you if you wish to 1. Join a Meeting, 2. Sign In, or 3. Sign Up.

At this point this simplest thing to do is to click the link you received via email again to join the meeting. If you do this process in advance you should see a screen with the meeting date and time and a note saying you must wait until the host starts the meeting.

We look forward to seeing you on-line!

Book online now

Fee €150
Concession €130

Concession fees are available for students and the unwaged.
(1) to apply please contact info@dzogchenbeara.org

Dzogchen Beara has a policy of not turning anyone away for financial reasons.
Please email info@dzogchenbeara.org to to discuss flexible payment options or request assistance from our retreat fund.

Online booking here
Enquiries by email or + 353 (0) 27 73032

Attendees will receive clear and simple guidelines on how to connect via the Zoom video conferencing platform.
Zoom is one of the world’s most popular video conference apps.
It is free and you do not have to have or create a Zoom account to join this streaming.

Andrew Warr
Andrew Warr
Andrew Warr has had a regular meditation practice for 40 years and has been studying and practicing Buddhist meditation since 1982. He has been teaching meditation for over 20 years and since 2001 has been leading courses, seminars, and retreats, principally on the subject of loving kindness, in Europe, Australia and North America. He has been a student of Tibetan Buddhism since 1984 and has taken a prominent role in designing curriculum courses in Rigpa over many years. With great clarity, warmth and humour, Andrew skilfully guides people through the teachings and practices, and shows how these can be applied to our everyday life.
Anne Sheehan
Anne SheehanRigpa Senior Instructor
Anne Sheehan has spent many years studying and practising meditation. She is an experienced instructor who has an ability to communicate the depth of the Buddhist teachings in a very accessible way. She regularly instructs on Meditation and Loving Kindness on events at Dzogchen Beara Retreat Centre and at Rigpa Centres throughout Ireland.
Derek Corr
Derek CorrMeditation Instructor
Derek has been studying and practicing meditation in the Tibetan Buddhist tradition for over 22 years. A gifted and engaging communicator, he has been part of the Dzogchen Beara team since 2013 and regularly teaches meditation and guides retreats throughout our yearly programme.