cooran wrote:Have you got a paper copy of 'Awareness alone is not enough', or have you downloaded a .pdf?
mikenz66 wrote:New Zealand members may be interested that Sayadaw will be leading a retreat near Auckland in November:
cooran wrote:Hello blackbird,
Not sure where you got this totally incorrect information. Could you post a link please?
Dhamma Everywhere - Welcoming each moment with Awareness+Wisdom
An Insight meditation retreat with Sayadaw U Tejaniya
Sayadaw U Tejaniya began practicing meditation in his early teenage years under the late Shwe OO Min Sayadaw(1912-2002) ,ordaining several times as a novice monk. He took robe in 1996 after life as a householder and business man. He is now the meditation teacher of the Shwe OO Min Dhamma Sukha Tawya meditation center in Yangon, Myanmar (Burma).
Sayadaw’s style of teaching is dynamic – an evolving process based on his own experiences and recognition of difficulties yogis face in their practice. With his easy sense of humor and relaxed demeanor, Sayadaw relates naturally to his lay students, helping them to appreciate the presence of dhamma everywhere with awareness + wisdom. Sayadaw travels extensively giving guidance to teachers and students at various centres throughout the world. This retreat is a rare opportunity to sit with one of the worlds foremost insight meditation teachers.
Please go to link to read more on Sayadaw U Tejaniya:
http://sayadawutejaniya.org/wp-content/ ... rticle.pdf
Cost: $850.00 - Registration $200.00 (non refundable) balance Payable by 20th October 2013
Dana for teacher: please offer at the end of the retreat
Registration to Te Moata (contact email@example.com or phone 07 8688798)
cooran wrote:Hello Blackbird,
So this is for a different retreat - one in New Zealand?
Thought you were talking about the Australian one in Perth.
Dan74 wrote:Still it is interesting that the Australian retreat is less than half the price of the NZ. Maybe for the Australian one, they are getting the venue for free and in NZ they have to pay for the hire?
"Tailor your week to your own needs: adventurous, reflective or pampered. Choose optional activities to
enhance your experience ranging from guided nature walks, pampering massage and spa, yoga
and meditation, gourmet picnics, and local adventures on land and water."
Dan74 wrote:For a working person even $800 is possible to save over the coming months, I would've thought. But if not, generally the organisers are flexible in special circumstances, I found.
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