Finding Peace

Learn How to Meditate and Bring its Benefit into Daily Life
Weekend Retreat with Andrew Warr
Friday 2 December, 8pm to Sunday 4 December, 1pm

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

Content

  • Introductory explanations on meditation and how to practice it.
  • Guided meditations
  • Interactive exercises
  • Opportunities for questions and clarification
  • Time for rest, relaxation and enjoying nature

A complete introduction to meditation and bringing the benefit of our practice into daily life. Suitable for beginners and for those with some background in meditation.

Meditation offers us relaxation and freedom from stress, but it is much more than this. In the stillness and quietness of meditation the effortless peace of our innermost nature is revealed.

This weekend is an opportunity to learn a simple approach to meditation that is at once powerful and profound. We will also look at the benefits of the practice and its relevance to our everyday lives.

Location
The retreat will be held in our clifftop shrine room, with floor-to-ceiling windows offering spectacular ocean views.

Catering
Delicious two course vegetarian lunches, with soup and bread in the evenings. Cooked with love at Dzogchen Beara, using homegrown and organic ingredients whenever possible. Tea and coffee.

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Fee €275
Concession €235

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

Limited accommodation is available on-site. Book early!
A list of hostels, B&B’s self-catering accommodation and hotels in the local area can be seen here.

Vegetarian lunches and light evening meals are provided. The cost is included in your fee.

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Andrew Warr
Andrew Warr
Andrew Warr has had a regular meditation practice for 45 years and has been studying and practicing Buddhist meditation since 1982.

He has been teaching meditation for over 30 years and since 2001 has been leading courses, seminars, and retreats, principally on the subject of loving kindness, in Europe, Australia and North America.

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.