Recollective Awareness Retreat 2016
14-20 October 2016
This seven-day meditation retreat is being led by Linda Modaro with Gawaine Powell Davies at Vejjesala in the Southern Highlands. It will provide an opportunity to go deeper into your practice than is possible in a shorter time.
The retreat will be based on Recollective Awareness, but you are free to follow another practice if you wish. It will suit those with limited experience of retreats, and also those who are new to Recollective Awareness and would like to experience this approach to meditation.
A key feature of this practice is to recollect your meditation sittings, thus becoming more aware of your experience in meditation and how it relates to your life. Individual and group interviews will be available throughout the retreat, but are not compulsory. For more information please email Gawaine Powell Davies.
The retreat will be held at the beautiful retreat centre Vejjasala in the southern Highlands (near Wingello) approximately 110 minutes driving from Sydney.
The retreat will start at 6.30pm Friday14th October until 2.00pm Thursday 20th October.
If you would like to book it's a two-step process:
Step 1 - Download and complete the retreat Registration Form
and return to Gawaine Powell Davies
Step 2 - Make your payment by clicking here
Cost for the retreat:
About the teachers
Linda is a senior teacher and teacher-trainer with the Skllful Meditation Project, established by Jason Siff. Linda has taught Recollective Awareness for 15 years and is conducting the tour of Australia and New Zealand that Jason Siff is not currently available to conduct.
Gawaine Powell Davies
Gawaine teaches at the Bluegum, Beaches and Golden Wattle sanghas in Sydney. He has been a participant in Jason Siff’s teacher training retreats for the past three years.
In keeping with the 2,500 year old tradition the teachers are not paid for teaching the dharma. Dana is the practice of generosity through which we offer donations to our teachers as a sign of our respect for the teaching and its value in our lives.