INSIGHT MEDITATION RETREAT LED BY CAROL BLOTTER
APRIL 6-8, 2018
Friday, April 6, 7- 8:30 pm, Free public talk
Saturday, April 7, 09:00 – 5 pm.
Sunday, April 8, 09:00- Noon. There will be a vegetarian potluck after the retreat!
You are not registered until you complete payment of the registration fee. We suggest a fee of $60-$100. You will have the opportunity to indicate the mode of payment on the registration form.
PLEASE REMEMBER AFTER SUBMITTING THE FORM
- If you choose online option , upon form submission, you will be taken to a paypal link where you can use your paypal account or credit card.
- If you choose to send a cheque please make sure that we receive the check by 30th March, 2018 or else your position will be offered to the next person on waitlist. (Check Payable to: Treasurer, Show Me Dharma, 1600 W Broadway, Columbia, MO 65203)
- If you have indicated on the form you need a scholarship, you will receive further instructions from Tricia Straub.
What makes me tick? Why do I keep getting caught up in behaviors that create so much suffering? Who am I really? If there is no self, who is suffering? If you have wondered about these or other questions around how to break the patterns that cause suffering, then consider joining us for the upcoming retreat on Dependent Origination (also known as the Law of Conditionality). This important teaching explains the creation of suffering as a looping chain of events that perpetuates craving and the illusion of a self. During this weekend retreat, we will discern how this dependently originated cycle occurs and how we get stuck in perpetuating the sense of unsatisfactoriness and the illusion of an independent permanent self. We’ll also explore two ways to break the cycle.
Please join Show Me Dharma for a non-residential weekend retreat led by Carol Blotter, April 6-8, 2018. The theme for the retreat is Dependent Origination.
About the Teacher:Carol Blotter has led more than 60 retreats across the United States and has taught over 75 classes in meditation. Her 25+ years practice and study has led to a blending of Insight (Vipassana) Meditation and non-duality teachings. She is the primary teacher of Chelsea Meditation Group in Chelsea, Michigan.
Since 2004, Carol’s primary teacher has been Matthew Flickstein. She has studied under Matt for over 10 years, has been with him at over 60 weeklong retreats, has taken numerous teacher training programs and has co-led retreats with him. Carol initially studied Insight Meditation and Dzogchen with Barbara Brodsky, the founder of Deep Spring Center in Michigan. Carol has also been involved with the Quaker tradition since 1979. She has taught about some of the mystics influencing Quakerism as well as ways to resolve conflict through building unity and deep listening practices.