INSIGHT MEDITATION RETREAT
May 15-22 or May 13-15, 2022
Compassion and Wisdom: Empowering the Heart and Mind
In our meditation practice, we seek to strengthen and balance the force of love with radical grounding in the truth of impermanence. In the joyful energy of springtime, we will attune to our inner landscape, and let our own experience be the guide and the teacher for developing an open heart and mind that can survive and thrive in all conditions of life.
Rebecca Bradshaw is a Guiding Teacher at Insight Meditation Society in Barre, MA. She has been teaching meditation since 1993 and is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor. She has been leading the annual residential Vipassana retreat with the Yellow Springs Dharma Center since 2006.
The retreat will be held at the Jesuit Spiritual Center of Milford, Ohio located north of Cincinnati on beautiful grounds next to the Little Miami River. All participants will have a single room, and vegetarian meals will be provided.
Both the seven-day and the two-day retreats are appropriate for those new to residential retreat as well as those more experienced.
All participants must be fully vaccinated against COVID 19.
“Ways of nowing: How do we know the truth of things?”
For those who missed or wish to review Rebecca’s presentation, please follow this link to a video of the talk: https://www.youtube.com/embed/Am0oo12yqNU
Rebecca Bradshaw, a Guiding Teacher of the Insight Meditation Society in Barre MA, has been teaching Vipassana meditation since 1993. At IMS she is part of the three-month retreat teacher team, leads retreats for young adults, and serves as a member of the diversity committee. She has a master’s degree in Counseling Psychology and is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC). Rebecca has been teaching the annual residential Vipassana retreat with the Yellow Springs Dharma Center since 2006.
Due to Covid, this year the residential Vipassana retreat was replaced with a virtual zoom retreat led by Rebecca. In addition, she graciously offered to present this online Dharma talk in the manner of her well-attended talks given at the Dharma Center on the evenings before our retreats begin.