ריטריט מיינדפולנס בנוכחות מלאה עם ג'ק פטרנקר לראשונה בישראל!

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Center for Creative Inquiry Program and Nyingma Group Israel 

Presents 

First Full Presence Mindfulness Retreat
in Israel 

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In this retreat, we will start by connecting deeply with our experience: how we breathe, how we see, how we hear, how we move. We will touch the ground of experience and learn to be fully present.

 

The next step is to expand into the whole range of how we live in the world. This includes the way we think, the emotions and concerns that drive us, the stories we tell, the 'reality' we inhabit, and the motives and intentions that determine our destiny. As we explore who we are and who we think we are, we will share our insights and discoveries.

 

Together, we will gain confidence in own ability to know, to care and to act, and awaken a deeper understanding and a more joyful and more relaxed way to be.

The retreat will be presented in English with no translation. 

In 1968, Tarthang Tulku, a Tibetan lama fully trained in the Vajrayana tradition that made Tibet such a center of wisdom and creative innovation, arrived in the West. A decade later, in 1977, he published Time, Space, and Knowledge: A New Vision of Reality, known to its students as TSK. Almost fifty years later, TSK continues to be studied and practiced around the world. TSK is a remarkable gift. For the first time, a Vajrayana master offers a vision of a transformed reality—fully consistent with the highest Buddhist teachings, such as Dzogchen, but directly addressed to the Western mind.  TSK is not part of any Buddhist tradition or system of thought: it involves no belief system and requires no ceremonies or rituals. It does not even depend on formal meditation. It offers a direct, experiential inquiry into the nature of mind and self, framed in terms of a new understanding of what it means to be in space, act in time, and rely on a knowing that does not belong to the self. Now, for the first time, the TSK vision is being presented in Israel. Jack Petranker, a close student of Tarthang Tulku for more than 40 years, and the editor or author of 10 books based on TSK, has distilled key elements of the TSK vision into an approach that he calls Full Presence Mindfulness, or FPM. FPM offers a systematic introduction to deeper ways of knowing that can be easily lost in contemporary mindfulness practice. Tarthang Tulku points to what it means to go deeper in this way when he writes: “People are told, ‘Be Here Now!’ But they do not understand ‘be’, they do not understand ‘here’, and they do not understand ‘now’.” FPM is transformative. Powerful, surprising, playful, and direct, it aims at the liberation of the modern mind. 

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Jack Petranker

Jack Petranker is the Founder and Senior Teacher of the Center for Creative Inquiry in Berkeley, CA. A direct student of Tibetan lama Tarthang Tulku since 1980, Jack holds degrees from Stanford, Yale, and the University of California, Berkeley. He is author of When It Rains, Does Space Get Wet? and the editor of many books in the Time Space Knowledge series. He is also the Director of the Mangalam Research Center for Buddhist Languages and a senior editor at Dharma Publishing. This is his second visit to Israel.

Location 

Kibbutz Inbar is located in the green mountains of Galilee, with lovely views, shady lawns, and protected sitting areas. The food is local and vegetarian.

Rooms are air-conditioned.

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Schedule

Tuesday
18 October

Welcome refreshments

Registration 13 – 14.30

Opening session 15 – 16.30

Session 1 17 – 18.30

Dinner 18.30-20.00

Session 2 20 – 21.30

Wednesday-Thursday
19-20 October

Morning session 7.00-8.00 Optional Kum Nye Tibetan yoga

Breakfast 8.00-9.30

Session 1 9.30-11.00

Session 2 11.30-13.00

Lunch 13.30-15.00

Session 3 15.30-17.00

Session 4 17.30-19.00

Dinner 19.00-20.30

Session 5 20.30-21.30

FRIDAy
21 October

7-7:45 Kum Nye Tibetan yoga optional

8-9.30 Breakfast

Closing Session 10-11.45

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Cost and Registration

The minimum number of participants is 10

 

Cost of the retreat

 

 

 

 

Registration fees

400 NIS non-refundable which is part of the overall cost of the retreat.

This payment is to Kibbutz Inbar for the reservation. 

3,200 NIS in double room.
3,900 NIS in a single room
3,000 NIS in a triple room

Payment

The rest of the payment for the retreat should be done no later than 15 September 2022 to the following account

Bank Hapoalim, 12, account number 257366 Branch 609, Gan Ha'eir, Tel Aviv, Israel.

IBAN IL88-0126-0900-0000-0257-366 Account holder-Itzhak Preiss

BIT to mobile 058-7049170 and PayPal to the email address of Itzhak Preiss below are also possible.

 

Cancellation policy of the rooms

Cancellation 21 days before the retreat will result in 100 NIS fees

Cancellation 14 days before the retreat will result in 500 NIS fees

CONTACT

Send us a message and we’ll get back to you shortly.

OR

click here for registration

You can also Contact us by e-mail,  WhatsApp and mobile:

E-mail: itzhakpreiss@gmail.com

mobile: +972-58-7049170 

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