Bardo Retreat with Dónal Creedon
March 12 @ 7:00 pm - March 20 @ 10:00 am
Theme: Bardo ‘we are such stuff’
“We are such stuff
As dreams are made on, and our little life
Is rounded with a sleep.”
Shakespeare: The Tempest iv.i.
I haven’t written anything very extensive as theme. I tried a few but felt they were too wordy. Maybe the less said the better. I’ll talk mainly in the context of bardo teachings. I think this will do as a notice – Dónal.
Dónal has kindly offered to run a virtual retreat for the Southern Africa Centres from 12 – 20 March 2021. Participants will need to register to obtain the link.
Participants will join via ZOOM
Bookings open 1 Feb 2021
Although we will all be attending remotely, we will need to keep in mind that we are essentially on a retreat, and should thus conduct ourselves accordingly (even if we are attending from our homes).
Friday 12 March 2021
7.00 pm to 8.00 pm – Opening session
Sat 13 March to Fri 19 March
6.30 am to 7.30 am – Meditation
9.00 am to 10.00 am – Teaching
10.30 am to 11.30 am – Meditation
3.45 pm to 4.45 pm – Meditation
5.00 pm to 6.00 pm – Q& A/discussion
7.30 pm to 8.00 pm – Concluding Meditation
8.00 pm to 8.30 pm – Compassion-based meditation
Saturday 20 March
6.30 am – 7.30 am Meditation
9.00 am to 10.00 am – Concluding session
There is a suggested registration fee of R960 for non-members. Members of the Centre are offered a 30% discount on registration, so R670. Please don’t let a lack of finances stop you from joining this retreat – speak to us.
Registration and Info
Email email@example.com for more info.
To register click on this link.
Registration opens 1 Feb 2021
We are all encouraged to offer Dana to Dónal for this retreat, in response to him giving generously of his time for us. This gesture will offer us an opportunity to practice generosity. (You will be advised as to how the payment may be made).
About Dónal Creedon
Dónal Creedon is a Buddhist meditation teacher with many years’ experience, loved and deeply appreciated for his warmth, openness and sincerity. He studied and practiced with Buddhist masters of the Kagyu practice lineage in Europe as well as in India and Nepal. This involved many years of intense retreat. Dónal also spent a number of years at the Krishnamurti Centre in Varanasi as resident Buddhist scholar. Thus the radical inquiry of Krishnamurti informs his approach.