Greek (Practical) Philosophy and Buddhist Dharma-Mindfulness Practice
and Their Relevance as Embodied Practice in Modern Times,
5 – 9 October 2018
– Come and Join –
The place Auberge Kalopetri in Kritinia, Rhodes, Greece offers a unique space for practice, reflection and learning in a beautiful surrounding in the Western coastline of the island of Rhodes.
The power of this retreat lies in its intimacy of max. 30 participants, its questions in which everyone’s voice is heard and listened to, its purposes, process design, formats and contents:
We are resorting on some of the most powerful philosophies and practices of the East and West:
- Dharma Mindfulness Practice – the early teachings and practices of Gotama, known as the Buddha
- Greek (Practical) Philosophy – of the great Greek philosophers in particular of those of Skepticism, Epicureanism and Stoicism.
This is an exceptional opportunity to meet, learn from and practise with two of the world’s foremost western dharma teachers, Stephen and Martine Batchelor in collaboration with dharma practitioner and mentor Jürgen Große-Puppendahl and process host Maria Bakari.
- For more information and registration click here
Looking forward to welcoming you on this unique retreat and beautiful spot of the Greek gods and Gotama 😉