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Mindfulness in the City: A One Day Retreat

with Ken Lunn and Lynne Dowson

Given the current situation this event will run online by Zoom, with regular breaks during the day. (See below for Zoom link)

The weekend is open to all, either those just starting out or those with mature mindfulness or meditation practice.

Explore mindfulness practice on this one day retreat. Mindfulness has become a contemporary, secular expression of Dharma (Buddhist philosophy, psychology and meditation practices) which compliments more traditional Buddhist teachings at Jamyang Buddhist Centre Leeds. Qualified mindfulness teacher Ken Lunn will lead an exploration of mindfulness, as taught on the well-established Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction programme developed by Jon Kabat-Zinn at the University of Massachusetts.

The intention is to give participants space to learn about mindfulness, to experience meditations and movement in a calm and relaxed environment, and to put down the baggage of daily life for a few hours. The day will be a mixture of teaching, discussions, guided meditations, movement, readings, and time to oneself.

The day will be in four parts, with a short break in the morning and afternoon, and a longer break for lunch. There will be chance to ask questions about the day at the beginning, and then a chance (if you want) to discuss your experience with other participants at the end.

For those who want to experience a day of silence, then that will be possible – the tutor will explain arrangements at the start of the day. Spending a day not talking is a way of calming the mind. (It is not a rigid silence – if you need something you can ask, or clearly if there is an emergency then speaking will be necessary.)

Join Zoom meeting:

https://zoom.us/j/346248633

Meeting ID 346 248 633

Suggested donation: £25 for the day.

To donate please follow this link:

https://ssl.nochex.com/jamyangleeds/

About the Retreat Leader
Ken Lunn is a mindfulness teacher on the UK Listing of Mindfulness Teachers. He has taught mindfulness and meditation at Jamyang Buddhist Centre Leeds for many years, and runs Mindfulness Wakefield. He is trained in the delivery of Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) and Mindfulness-Based Compassionate Living. He is also a Trustee of JBCL and The Mindfulness Network.

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