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At first glance, the beliefs of different religions seem to be very different. It may give the impression that complete opposites collide. Religious and cultural peculiarities may obscure what we all share and what we can learn from each other. In this retreat, we want to get to know representatives and believers from different religious communities. We want to meet with openness, joy and acceptance, learn from each other and practice together. All interested people are welcome to become ambassadors of interreligious and intercultural dialogue.
WUYA welcomes everyone and invites you to explore your creativity this spring! For a week, you are invited to participate in workshops that serve your creativity: writing, painting, singing and movement. We will explore the relationship between what is in us and how we share it with the outer world playfully. Come and join us in this adventure!
Our body is the foundation of our life and our practice. Yet, we have the tendency to ignore our body’s needs; we judge them as mere sensitivities. We forget how to perceive and interpret our body’s signals. Experiences of insults, trauma and abuse are stored in our body’s consciousness and could, if consistently ignored, lead to imbalances and physical complaints. How do I recognise that I am not doing well? What do I need to be healthy and be in balance? In this retreat, we will practice to pay close attention to our body using a well-balanced mix of relaxation and activity, gentle movement and mindfulness. We will lead body and mind back into unity again.
WUYA welcomes all to come and explore their creativity this spring! You are invited to take part in workshops dedicated to creativity, like writing, painting, song and movement. We will playfully explore the relationship between what’s inside of us and how we share it with the world outside. Come along and join us for this adventure!
Our self-talk is often coined by harsh words, judgment, and criticism towards all the alleged mistakes and weaknesses in us. We deny ourselves understanding, kindness, encouragement and love, and do not accept the complexity of life. The relationship to ourselves also sets the tone of our relationship to others. During this retreat, we are going to explore how it feels to treat ourselves and others with loving kindness, to heal wounds and transform unwholesome habit energies in gentle ways, and to be able to treat us and others with more kindness and peace.
During this retreat, we will come together to enjoy the conditions for happiness which are available in the present moment and learn how to take care of our inner and outer environment. Through mindful breathing, walking, eating, smiling, playing, and cultivating brotherhood and sisterhood, we will discover ways to establish an intimate conversation with Mother Earth and apply the insight of Interbeing into our own daily lives.
European Institute Of Applied Buddhism, Waldbröl, Germany Reduction for students / low income people WUYA welcomes all to come and explore their creativity this autumn! For a...
A retreat for young people (age 18 – 35ish) "To be beautiful means to be yourself. You don’t need to be accepted by others. You...