Loving Kindness

with Andrew Warr
Friday 27 , 8pm – Monday 30 October, 1pm

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 retreat will provide the tools to establish Loving Kindness as a source of nourishment and well-being in our life and to integrate the practice meaningfully into our everyday reality.

“Real deepening of both meditation and Loving Kindness in a perfect environment where even the birds are loving.” (Karin)

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Fee €260
Concession €225

Concession fees are available for students and the unwaged and apply to event fees (including food), not accommodation
(1) to apply please contact info@dzogchenbeara.org
(2) you can avail of a concession only if you stay in the hostel or share a room in a cottage or the Care Centre with your friend/partner, or stay off site.

Limited accommodation is available on-site. Book early!
A list of hostels and B&B’s in the nearby area can be downloaded here.

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

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

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Andrew Warr
Andrew WarrRigpa International Senior Instructor
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 Buddism 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.