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Datum 02/08/2019 - 06/08/2019
Tijd Hele dag
Prijs €0,00 €22 Excl. accommodation vrij van BTW
Inschrijven via https://www.brcixopo.co.za/eventdetail/674/15/soul-origami-unfolding-me-listening-with-your-whole-being-speaking-from-your-deepest-authenticity.html?filter_reset=1
Locatie Buddhist Retreat Centre (BRC Ixopo)

“Soul Origami” – Unfolding Me: Listening with your whole being. Speaking from your deepest authenticity
Teacher: Nicholas Burnand
Cost: 4 day’s accommodation + R350 surcharge
Dates: Friday 02 August 2019 – Tuesday 06 August 2019

nicholas burnandWe are inviting you on a journey of direct experiencing, sensing and being – witnessing the mystery of existence reveal itself. The Dyad is a powerful meditation technique which rapidly takes us to a heightened level of mindfulness and self-awareness. In contrast to silent meditation methods practised alone, this is practised face-to-face. Through the Dyad enquiry, we watch our hearts unfold, learning to trust ourselves, to listen with our whole being and to speak from a place of inner awareness. Just as in Origami, each fold presents a new facet of ourselves; another aspect of life. Individual and group processes will be alternated with periods of individual reflection and quiet contemplation in the beautiful natural surroundings of the BRC.  Click here to view a clip of a similar retreat conducted abroad.

Nicholas Burnand has reflected deeply on the question: “Is there more to life than struggle and suffering?” This led him on a quest to discover how he could live life more fully present, alive and with joy. His journey has taken him to remote places, spending hundreds of hours in retreats, ceremonies, workshops, as well as in personal daily practice. He discovered the Dyad Enquiry practice five years ago, and since then has practised and shared it in workshops, retreats, and one-on-one sessions which he offers as a CNVC certified trainer. Along with Nonviolent Communication, he has found the Dyad method to be the most deeply transformative practice that he has encountered so far. Through it, he has discovered that empathy is the path to freedom from suffering – as the Buddha did 25 centuries before him.

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