with Bikkhuni Zamba Chozom
August 18 – 21, 2011
New Life Foundation in Chiang Rai, Thailand has organized a retreat with Ani Zamba, an internationally renowned Buddhist nun. The retreat will run from the 18th to the 21st of August, 2011.
English and Thai translations will be provided.
“Using our confusion as our path to awakening”
You are going to examine the way we see life’s changing conditions. Analyzing the way we see things is very revealing and liberating: we see how we can take full responsibility for changing our lives and have the tools needed to do it! Do we really seek freedom? And what is it we seek freedom from? What is it that limits our perception?
Ven. Bikkkuni Zamba Chozom has numerous centers and groups around the world where she has been teaching for the past 37 years. She had the opportunity to study under some of the greatest meditation masters of the last century not only from the Tibetan but also Thai, Burmese, Korean and Chinese traditions of Buddhism. Her approach is very scientific, dynamic and interactive- not particularly religious , as she focuses on our “perception” and how it works to condition our experience of life. “If we understand why we see things in certain ways, we’ll understand how we can change our experience of life-we can be our own psychotherapist healing all our neurotic tendencies and so removing the conditions that result in our dissatisfaction, confusion and suffering.”
Cost 2000 THB
Private Single Room , shower, bed, sheets, towel and fan.
Vegetarian meals are served, with a light meal in the evening for those who need it.
Also Includes: Teachings and guided meditation practice, yoga with an experienced teacher, swimming pool and herbal steam bath.
The New Life Foundation is an international recovery community, located amidst the forests and lakes of Chiang Rai in northern Thailand.
Ani Zamba teaches in Brazil where she has centres and groups that are based in the Amazon and in almost every major city stretching down to Rio. She has over a 1000 acres of land dedicated to offering retreat facilities for those interested in more intensive forms of practice. She has also initiated many social programs for the local communities wherever she has lived: www.anizamba.org
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