|“The mind is not yours, but you are responsible for it.” With this paradoxical statement, Sayadaw U Tejaniya introduces us to the possibility of seeing deeply habituated patterns with less reactivity and living with a greater sense of well-being. When steady awareness observes the naturally-occurring experiences of the body, mind and mental activity, intuitive wisdom spontaneously arises.
This retreat offers teachings and instructions integrated from complementary Buddhist meditative traditions. These include recognizing obstructive mental habits, developing skillful attitudes, and cultivating awareness of mind leading to wise understanding. |