10-day online retreat – Guides: Delson
November 30 - December 9Free
Online activities start at 09:00 (for North America/Asia) and 14:00 (for Europe/Asia) Cambodia Time
The participants of the online retreated will be instructed and guided in the practice of Right Effort (effective application). This method taught by the Buddha can be traced back to the original Buddhist texts. The retreat is designed to be deeply insightful, exploring the path shown by the Buddha, so you can apply the teaching directly to your life and create a joyful journey.
This method is valuable for beginning students or advanced meditators seeking to cultivate greater wisdom and insight. Although both beginners and advanced meditators are welcome to join the retreat, we believe this retreat format and content will be particularly beneficial to advanced meditators.
- Participating in the online retreat is a full-time practice, but it can be done alongside a working life. We strongly encourage dedication, self-discipline and effective choice in your practice and restrict non-necessary social contact and other activities. We recommend setting aside a minimum of four hours each day for your meditation, in addition to watching the dhamma talk and interview with the teacher.
- Each day, there will be a theme for reflection (Four Noble Truths, Seven Factors of Awakening, Eightfold Path, Dependent Origination). The suttas, supporting notes and dhamma talk video will be provided for you to go through in your own time.
Please find details on the 10-day online retreat here.
“The Dhamma is for free. At all times. For everybody. Delson is dedicating his life to the Dhamma. He is either teaching retreats online or physically or he is sharing his profound understanding of the path somewhere on the globe. Delson lives by the Dhamma, he does not ask for money.
But of course, some things need to be provided for him to live: Food, shelter, clothing. Same as monks.
Please help us in supporting him and take this incomparable opportunity to practice a very special kind of generosity and goodness. We are deeply and forever grateful to your magnanimous hearts. Sādhu Sādhu Sādhu.