A Two Day Retreat With Sabine Rolf
Saturday, October 29th and Sunday, October 30th, 2022
Schedule for each day:
10:30am - 12:30pm Eastern Time - Live Session
12:30pm - 2pm Eastern Time - BREAK
2pm - 4pm Eastern Time - Live Session
Discover or rediscover your connection to meditation - and to yourself. This two day retreat is a powerful way to reconnect with our minds and hearts, and to open up to ourselves and our experience in a way that is more connected, caring, and kind.
Life can be chaotic, with increasing demands on our time and attention. We are stressed by our own and other’s expectations, and struggle to accomplish everything we need to do. The Learn to Love Yourself retreat offers an antidote to our constant business and frustration. In this retreat we will connect with our soft hearts, and into our inspiration and creativity. We will make new friends, and leave the weekend feeling more alive and refreshed.
If you have never meditated before, you will be given clear and powerful instructions on how to meditate, and be guided through how to develop a regular meditation practice. If you are a seasoned meditator, this retreat offers the opportunity to slow down and reconnect to the simplicity of meditation practice. There will also be talks, individual and group discussions, and exercises designed to open our minds and hearts to the beauty and power of being in the moment.
Talks themes throughout the weekend are:
- Making Friends With Yourself
- Working With Anxiety & Difficult Emotions
- Developing Confidence and Trust In Yourself
This weekend retreat is ideal for first time meditators and for anyone wanting to develop a deeper relationship with themselves and the world around them.
Full Tuition: $199
Subsidized Scholarship Tuition: $149
If you require additional financial assistance, please contact: [email protected]
Register now and discover a whole new relationship to yourself!
About the Teacher:
Sabine Rolf is a senior teacher and has been practicing meditation and contemplation in the Kagyu and Nyingma Tibetan Buddhist lineages and the Shambhala lineage for more than 20 years. She teaches internationally about Buddhism, Shambhala, Contemplative Psychology, Maitri Space Awareness, and Mindful Communication. Sabine studied Philosophy and German Literature in Hamburg andworks in leadership teams in Adult Education and Preventive Environmental Protection. She lives in the countryside in Germany.