Online Daylong Retreat
led by Carol Blotter
Let Your Life Be Your Meditation
Saturday October 24
8:15 AM-5:00 PM
Show Me Dharma is pleased to offer this daylong retreat with Carol Blotter on October 24. This will be the fourth time Carol has offered a retreat for Show Me Dharma. Those of us who have sat with Carol have found her to be an inspired and compassionate teacher whose instructions on the dharma are consistently clear and helpful to deepen our practices.
Because of the COVID pandemic, the retreat will be offered on Zoom. Instructions for the use of Zoom will be provided as we proceed with preparations. Please note: the process is actually easier than it might seem at first!!
There will be sitting and walking meditation periods, a dharma talk, opportunities for Q&A, and group practice conferences with Carol.
We invite you to consider this wonderful opportunity to deepen your practice.
Cost: This retreat is offered on a dana (voluntary donation) basis. We request that you send a donation that is affordable and feels suitable in order to reserve your space. Donations can be sent to Show Me Dharma via Venmo or Paypal, or by sending a check payable to Show Me Dharma to: Valerie Bader, 104 Westwood, Columbia, MO 65203. On the day of the retreat, there will also be opportunities to offer dana for Carol.
About our 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 week-long 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.
For more information, please contact our registrar Tricia Straub at email@example.com