Path to Freedom in Relationships: An Insight Dialogue Daylong

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New York Insight Meditation Center
28 West 27th St.,10th Fl.

Date/Time

Date(s) - 04/22/2018
10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Cost

$0.00

Location

New York Insight Meditation Center
28 West 27th St.,10th Fl.

Event Details

Path to Freedom in Relationships: An Insight Dialogue Daylong

with Bart van Melik

Sunday, April 22nd, 2018 | 10am – 5pm

The Buddhist teachings identify craving as a primary cause of suffering, and letting go as the path to freedom. In this daylong retreat, we will have the unique chance to explore how craving and letting go manifest in relationships with other human beings.

The day will revolve around Insight Dialogue practice, a meditation form that creates a safe, structured environment to investigate the heart and mind in interpersonal contexts.

The day will include periods of silent, individual meditation and movement, as well as relational practices that invite participants into dyads or larger groups to explore their present-moment experience in relationship and reflect on contemplation together.

Registration Fee: $50
*Teacher support is not included in registration fee. Registration pays for maintaining the operations of New York Insight Meditation Center.

**Walk in Registration Welcome!

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The suggested donation is $45. Whatever you offer is greatly appreciated.

Financial Assistance
If you need financial support, please simply arrive on the day of the event and let us know. We can adjust the registration fee accordingly. No one will be turned away.

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Teacher(s)

Bart van Melik

Bart van Melik found meditation in 2003 and has been teaching meditation since 2009, bringing the practice to diverse communities like juvenile detention centers, homeless shelters and NYC public schools. He is passionate about supporting people to discover how they can find new ways to relate to life’s stresses. Bart graduated from the IMS/Spirit Rock Teacher Training. “Whatever one frequently thinks and ponders upon, that will become the inclination of one's mind." Buddha

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