How to Discover our True Nature:

Mahamudra

A 10 Day Retreat with Venerable Robina

4-14 August 2022

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According to Buddha’s amazing view about the human mind, we all have so much potential. The very word “buddha” in Tibetan – Sangye – expresses this potential. “Sang” implies the total eradication from our mind of all ego, all fears, attachment, anger, jealousy and other states of mind that cause us so much pain. “Gye” implies the development to perfection of all the goodness within us: love, compassion, wisdom, confidence.

About the Retreat

Lama Yeshe explains so clearly, so simply, how to get in touch with that natural potential through meditation on the mind itself, the unique characteristic of mahamudra meditation.

As Lama says, “In Mahamudra meditation there is no doctrine, no theology, no philosophy, no God, no Buddha. We go beyond name, beyond shape and color, beyond the relative, beyond self-image, beyond compassion.”

Venerable Robina Courtin, a close disciple of Lama Yeshe, edited his book: Mahamudra: How to Develop Our True Nature. Join us for 10 days of retreat on Mahamudra guided by the incredible Venerable Robina.  A once in a lifetime experience.

It will be possible to join this retreat both online and IN PERSON! We have limited numbers available to join this retreat in person. 

The retreat will start at 4pm on the Friday, so participants are requested to arrive and complete check in by 3:30pm. They will conclude after lunch on the Sunday (usually around 2pm). Guests are most welcome to stay extra days before and after the retreat.

About the Teacher, Venerable Robina Courtin

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Venerable Robina has led an extremely active and inspiring life—from her dynamic work as an editor of a wide variety of Buddhist books, to her Buddhist teaching activities that traverse the globe. She is the founder of the Liberation Prison Project, which brings free Dharma into prisons all around the world: liberationprisonproject.org.

 

As a teacher Venerable Robina is a dynamic with great skill in articulating the Dharma for Western audiences, in a style that combines wit, sharp insight, and deep compassion. She has been ordained since the 1970s and working and teachings for FPMT since then.

To learn more about Ven. Robina please visit her website: robinacourtin.com

Registration opens 31 January 2022!!

Add Accommodation

Accommodation is available at the Centre at an additional cost. When making your booking or booking enquiry, please let us know the type of accommodation you prefer and we will get back to you. (Please note that accommodation for group retreats cannot be booked directly through the online booking system on our Accommodation page.)

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Accommodation prices per night

 

Camping per person (unpowered)                                    $25

Dormitory per person (shared toilet facilities)                  $38

Single room (shared toilet facilities)                                  $65

Rustic single hut (shared toilet facilities)                           $65

Single cabin (self-contained)                                            $125

Double room (shared toilet facilities)                                $86 (for 2)

Double cabin (self- contained)                                         $110 (for 2)

Triple room                                                                            $104 (for 3)

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