Ānāpānasati , One Day Silent Retreat
Learn how to observe the reality as it is and quite your mind, by diving into the Buddha’s teachings. (“sati” – mindfulness; “ānāpāna” – breathing)
Do you need a break?
When was the last time you put yourself first and invested in yourself?
Have you always wanted to learn how to calm your mind, observe the reality as it is and develop equanimity so you are less reactive to life?
If your Answers are Yes, You’re in the Right Space.
This is a special time for your-self.
A special time to put yourself first and take a break from the hassle and hassle of everyday life.
A special time for you to disconnect from the outside world and reconnect to your heart and your soul.
You will learn the simple and effective technique of the Buddha, to focus the mind and start observing the reality as it is (and not as we would like it to be – through your filters), as well as learning how to develop equanimity and therefore be less reactive to life.
You will learn how your relationships are mirrors and how you can utilise them in order to learn deeper about yourself, and let go of your conditionings.
You will have YOU time, and be guided, held, nurtured and seen. You will have time to journal and let go of whatever is not serving you.
You will have time to rest and wonder in the vast land of Fair Harvest Permaculture which is nestled on Wadandi Boodja and enjoy the most nutritious food which comes from the permaculture farm straight onto your table.
They decided to create Anapanasati, so you don’t have to take many days off and go far away. It is a shorter retreat which is not compromising of how deep you can go, or the amount of tools you can learn.
Amber offers a feminine approach to the traditional teachings of the Buddha, combining with a hands on Biodynamic Cranio-Sacral Therapy and Sound Massage, learning to practice in stillness, movement, on a philosophical level but most importantly on an experiential level, in few of the most sacred and breath-taking places on earth.