Fall 2017 Retreat with Flint Sparks
To Study the Self…the essential practices
Contemporary neuroscience and psychology research reveals that mindfulness and contemplative practices effect positive change in being able to live more fully, wholeheartedly, and present in all areas of life. To manifest, to express, and to share what is essential for ourselves, for others, and for the whole world is the path and challenge of a maturing life.
In this retreat we will use one of the earliest and most revered Zen teachings, the Genjokoan, written by Dogen Zenji in the mid-13th century to deepen the study of the self in contemporary life and how to bring what unfolds to each moment and each relationship in our personal and professional lives.
Dates: Wed, Oct 18th at 7pm – Sun, Oct 22nd to noon
Where: Holy Wisdom Monastery, 4200 County Rd M, Middleton, WI
Registration materials: Flint Sparks Fall Retreat in Madison
Future retreat dates with Flint Sparks in Madison
- Spring 2018 March 22-25
- Fall 2018 October 17-21
Recordings from recent retreats are available in Practice Resources