RETREAT DESCRIPTION

During this five-day winter retreat, we will cultivate a deep awareness of ourselves through steady and compassionate attention. Insight meditation invites us to disengage from our usual enmeshment with thinking and discover a sensitivity and intimacy with life. Through this practice based in stillness, our hearts awaken. We will practice sitting, walking and loving-kindness meditation within the quiet beauty of the woods in winter.

Tim will offer evening talks, meditation instructions, and small group interviews to support your practice. This retreat is suitable for meditators of all experience levels.

Attendance will be capped at 12 participants. Each participant will have a single room, and personal “safety bubbles” will be created in accordance with the current covid-19 conditions at the time to maximize individual and group health. Please follow this link to better understand the practical details of our covid-19 health and safety protocols.

 

The following attendance prerequisites are currently in place in order to provide the safest possible retreat environment under current covid-19 conditions. In order for your registration to be accepted, we require that you:

  1. Currently follow all covid-19 health and safety protocols recommended by the CDC, including mask-wearing, social distancing and hand hygiene.
  2. Agree to abide by all covid-19 health and safety protocols in place at Cloud Mountain.
  3. Have already successfully attended at least one retreat at Cloud Mountain.
  4. Reside within WA, OR or CA.
  5. Are able to drive between your home and the retreat center. We cannot currently register those who would need to travel by air.

RETREAT COST

Subsidized fee : $350 plus dana offerings to teacher(s) and staff

Sustaining fee : $400 plus dana offerings to teacher(s) and staff

Supporting fee : $450 plus dana offerings to teacher(s) and staff

Following in the Buddhist tradition, none of your registration fee will go to the teacher(s). Please consider offering teacher dāna at the event to support their livelihood. (Dāna is a term for generosity, or freely offered giving. You can find more information about this way of offering the teachings and the "economy of gifts" on our Donation page.)

TEACHERS

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