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Come Join Us for a Silent Insight Meditation Retreat in January 2019
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Practicing Clear Intention within Meditation & Silence

A 2-day Silent Vipassana Meditation Retreat
 

January 19th and 20th, 2019
Saturday & Sunday
Flagstaff, AZ

Register by January 4, 2019

This retreat provides an opportunity to practice continuous mindfulness in silence throughout the weekend in sitting and walking meditation. In silence we have the space to delve deeply inward and begin to learn to skillfully place the intention to be present with the flow of experience in a way that allows compassion and wisdom to arise. This retreat is designed for beginners and experienced practitioners.

There is NO FEE for this retreat. The teachings of the Buddha have been sustained by the 2,500 year old tradition of dana, a Pali word meaning "generosity.” Our teacher receives no compensation for his services. Retreatants are encouraged to help Brian lead a life devoted to teaching the dharma by offering donations to him at the retreat's end. In the act of giving, we develop our ability to let go, cultivate a spirit of caring, and honor our inter-connectedness.

Registration is Required:
Online Retreat Registration Form

If applicants exceed the available space 2 weeks prior to the retreat, a lottery will be used to select retreatants. Those not selected can be placed on a waiting list. If an applicant is not selected in the lottery after applying for a retreat, the probability of getting accepted increases with each subsequent retreat they apply for.

Details & Location:
This is a non-residential retreat. Additional information about the retreat, including the location and what to bring, will be provided to all participants who are selected to attend the retreat.

For More Information:
Email contact@flagstaffinsight.org
or 
visit the FIMC Website


Brian Lesage has practiced Buddhist meditation since 1988 and has taught meditation since 2000. He has studied in the Zen, Theravada and Tibetan schools of Buddhism. He was ordained in the Rinzai Zen tradition in 1996. His training in Vipassana Meditation includes doing extended meditation retreats in Myanmar (Burma), Nepal, and India as well as numerous retreats in the U.S. He leads retreats and teaches meditation courses nationwide. Brian also has a private practice in Somatic Experiencing, which is a naturalistic approach to healing trauma.
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