Presented by Anne & Terry Symens-Bucher (Franciscans) and Deirdre Ni Chinneide
Monday 3rd – Saturday 8th July 2017
Anne and Terry will explore The Work that Reconnects: What is Mine to Do? If your heart is breaking in the face of "the Great Unraveling" of ecological, economic,
political and social systems, come join us for a brave and beautiful journey as we dare to see we are not separate from the suffering of our world.
Anne and Terry will be joined by
Deirdre Ni Chinneide who will invite us to explore and weave the threads of the work that reconnects through music , prayer and reflection drawing on the depth, beauty and richness of our celtic
heritage and spirituality.
The Sesshin is silent throughout and the daily time-table includes six hour-long periods of zazen (sitting meditation) and a walking meditation. A commitment to stay for the full Sesshin is a requirement
The Retreat/Sesshin will be led by Gerd Neubeck teacher in the Zen lineage Willigis: http://www.doucemountainfarm.com