Recollective Awareness Meditation
Jason Siff created Recollective Awareness Meditation in the late 1980s as an alternative to Vipassana Meditation. It is an open unstructured approach to meditation, where the meditator sits with the full range of their experience, including thoughts and emotions. It is a gentle, accepting approach to meditation, and is suitable to for beginners and advanced meditators. The meditation sittings will be from 30 minutes to 45 minutes long, with time for journaling after each sitting. Jason will also give talks on developing awareness in meditation, the cultivation of calm states and beneficial qualities, and the Buddha’s teaching on dependent arising. Jason will be teaching this retreat in English.
Wednesday, September 18th , 6 p.m. to Sunday, September 22nd, noon
course: free giving / Dana board and lodging: 218.-€
registration: Buddhistisches Zentrum Scheibbs