Sixteen Steps to Calm the Mind and Heart
9 AM – 4:30 PM
During this daylong retreat we will practice and reflect on one of the most important Buddhist discourses on mindful breathing. But it’s much more than that! The sixteen individual meditation practices provides us clear and comprehensive instructions on both calming the mind and heart as well as insight into impermanence, suffering, and causes and conditions that affect our attitudes toward life and death.
This daylong is open to all, especially “serious beginners”. No meditation experience is required. I hope you can attend and share this day and these teachings with us. This daylong retreat will be led by Floyd Fantelli, guiding teacher for Bozeman Insight Community. Please bring your lunch and plan on attending the entire day. See you then!
More about Floyd
Floyd Fantelli is the Guiding Teacher of the Bozeman Insight Community. Floyd has been mentored by Insight Meditation Teacher Ginny Morgan and has completed advanced teacher training under the direction Matthew Flickstein, a former monk in the Theravadan tradition. Floyd has taught Vipassana Meditation as part of hospital Wellness Programs. While his background is in Vipassana in the Theravadan tradition, non-dual teachings form an integral part of his teaching philosophy.
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- 16 Steps to Calm the Mind & Heart with Floyd Fantelli
February 29, 2020
9:00 am - 4:30 pm
Venue: Bozeman Dharma Center