Womb, Karma & Transcendence
with Doug Duncan and Catherine Pawasarat
This retreat builds upon the ground breaking work of Namgyal Rinpoche. Join us for a deep and fundamentally healing retreat at Maitreya House in May next year. Dates to be confirmed.
From that first spark of connection
We grow in our mother’s womb
She is our environment, our habitat for our first few months of life.
We are part of our mother – Until we are born.
Leaving the comfort and known of our mother’s womb in an inevitable part of life’s journey.
The journey out is unknown, arduous and associated with discomfort and pain. Life, health and death are in the balance.
Once out in the world, the cord is cut and we are no longer encompassed by, and part of, our mother.
These very early experiences are part of the earliest formation of the person that we will become – set in place in our psyche before we can consciously have memory of them and yet they are the foundation on top of which the rest of our life has been layered.
This will be a life affirming retreat.
Through meditation and somatic exploration, we retread the journey which lead to the first separation from our mother, in order to reset the conditioning, understanding and assumptions that became part of us during one of our earliest, most profound and perhaps most fundamental experiences.
Interested? Please contact us at dharmaeurope.org or speak to Jonathan on 07891 621865.
The retreat centre is located in the ‘Golden Valley’, a remote part of Herefordshire. It is right on the Welsh border, in sight of the black mountains.
The old stone farm house was lovingly converted originally to provide a place for Namgjal Rinpoche to teach in the UK.
The main house has a ground floor teaching and sitting space with panoramic windows.
Maitreya House is located in area of Lower Maescoed, which is about 10 miles from the towns of Abergavenny (Wales) and Hereford (England). The postcode is HR2 0HP