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22 Jul to 2 Aug 2019
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Gautama became Buddha by awakening to a radically different way of perceiving himself and the world, attaining a perspective that freed him from the pain that comes from the unenlightened mind’s faulty assumptions about who we are and how peace can be found. On this retreat we’ll explore how both shamatha and vipashyana practices can help us to see as the Buddha did — to know the mind of the Buddha.

For more information read the retreat information sheet.

Booking Fee: 
£100.00
Booking Availability: 
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Paying for your retreat

Dhanakosa runs on donations.

To book a retreat you pay a booking fee. This is the only fee we ask you to pay. Your retreat has been paid for from the donations of all the people who have been to Dhanakosa before you, in the spirit of generosity, or dana.

Suggested donations

The donations we collect from you on your retreat guarantee future retreats.

Our suggested donations (in addition to the booking fee) for 2018:

  • Week retreats: £430 waged, £275 unwaged
  • 2 week retreats: £650 waged, £440 unwaged
  • Weekend retreats : £180 waged, £130 unwaged

Booking fees for 2019:

  • £50 for weekend retreats
  • £75 for week long retreats
  • £100 for 11 day retreat

Our suggested donations (in addition to the booking fee) for 2019:

  • Week retreats: £445 waged, £285 unwaged
  • 11 days retreat: £650 waged, £440 unwaged
  • Weekend retreats: £165 waged, £115 unwaged

Those who cannot afford our suggested donations are free to contribute what they can. All donations are gratefully received. See our dana economy page for more information.

There will be an opportunity to make your donation during the retreat. Donations can be made by credit/debit card, cheque or cash.