Unwind Your Mind
In-Person @Bolton Abbey Village Hall, N Yorks
Saturday 17th April, 9.30am – 5pm
Unwind in the Yorkshire Dales in the first of our 2 days of meditation retreat at Bolton Abbey Village Hall. Step back from normal activities, let your mind unwind, and focus on solving your problems through meditation, using powerful techniques practised for thousands of years.
Our life is in a constant state of flux. Since there is no way to stop things changing we need to be flexible in the face of unexpected problems. Learn to keep a clear and peaceful mind in the midst of life’s dramas.
During this retreat day we will explore meditations that enable us to access and maintain inner peace and joy, even when experiencing difficulties in our life.
A packed lunch is included and there will be time in between retreat sessions, if you wish, to enjoy and relax in the surrounding countryside.
The cost of the day retreat is £30 (Centre Membership Scheme £20).
Booking for 17 April
Unwind Your Mind Day Retreat Standard Rate £30
Unwind Your Mind Day Retreat Monthly Member Rate £20
Unwind Your Mind Day Retreat Foundation Programme Member Rate £20
Booking for 18 April
Inner Strength: Overcoming Anger Day Retreat Standard Rate £30
Inner Strength: Overcoming Anger Day Retreat Monthly Member Rate £20
Inner Strength: Overcoming Anger Day Retreat Foundation Programme Member Rate £20
9am – 9.30am – Arrival and reception
9.30am – 10.45am – Session 1 guided meditation
11.45am – 1.00pm – Session 2 guided meditation
1pm – Lunch
3.15pm – 4.30pm – Session 3 guided meditation
4.30pm – 5.00pm – Windup and departure
The sessions will be guided by Gen Kelsang Päljin, Resident Teacher of Buddha Land and Burnley Kadampa Buddhist Centres, who is appreciated for offering clear guidance on meditation and living a a positive life.
Bolton Abbey Village Hall, Bolton Abbey, North Yorkshire, BD23 6EX.
Bolton Abbey Village Hall is situated in the heart of Bolton Abbey, next to the village shop and post office, and 5 minutes’ walk from Bolton Abbey Priory Ruins.
The village hall benefits from its own car park with free parking for attendees to the retreat and is a stone’s throw from the nearest bus stop; secure cycle parking is also available.