Weekend Retreat Led by Ven. Pannavati and Pannadipa April 8-10 at Show Me Dharma

WHAT IS CULTIVATION?

A NON-RESIDENTIAL INSIGHT MEDITATION RETREAT

led by Venerable Pannavati and Venerable Pannadipa 

Friday April 8-Sunday April 10

From the Five Precepts to the Enobling Eightfold Path to the 37 Factors of Awakening, we are endlessly discussing and practicing. But, the goal is to come to the end of practice. This is an inquiry and examination into how to deliberately move toward the path of “no more learning.” Right cultivation leads to the actual embodiment of the Dharma, awakening us to the immense possibilities for realization in this very life.

Through discourse, discussion and small group interaction, we will delve deeply into how we live the Dharma in our everyday lives as opposed to how we think about it. Come prepared to challenge yourself and take a leap forward!

Cost: This retreat is offered entirely on a dana basis. We ask all participants to give generously, as they are able, so that the dharma may continue to be offered. At this retreat we will collect dana to support Venerables Pannavati and Pannadipa, and to support Show Me Dharma. We request a deposit of $55.00 to hold your registration. Your check will be returned to you if you cancel within two days prior to the retreat, or when you arrive at the retreat on Saturday morning.

Registration Required: Register Today! Please register as soon as you know you want to attend.

Retreat Schedule:

    • Friday: Free Public Talk, 7:00 – 8:30 pm
    • Saturday: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
    • Sunday: 9:00 am- 12:00 pm

You may register HERE!!!

Please note that priority registration will be given to people who will attend both Saturday and Sunday. If you can only attend one day, we will place your name on a wait list and contact you before the retreat to let you know if we have enough space to accommodate you.

About The Teachers: Ven. Dr. Pannavati and Ven Pannadipa are Co-Abbots of Embracing Simplicity Hermitage, ordained in both Theravada and Mahayana traditions. Pannavati teaches internationally and is known for her humor, approachability and global humanitarian efforts with homeless youth, the Untouchables and bhikkhuni ordination in Thailand. Pannadipa is known for his clarity and deep stillness.    

For more information contact Mellodie Wilson at wilson.mellodie@gmail.com or call 573-424-2682.    Welcome Letter