[Retreat] From Practice to Attainment

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Virtual Meditation Retreat
with Jeff Carreira
Recordings Available
From Practice to Attainment

In this virtual meditation retreat day, we will explore what it means to take our practice to the level of attainment. Meditation practice always begins as a practice. In the case of The Practice of No Problem what we find is that our habit is to constantly assume that something is wrong. Because of this we continually find our attention embroiled in the effort to solve a problem. When we do, we have to deliberately remind ourselves that there is nothing wrong and return to our meditation.

In this day of practice, you will learn how to engage with this simple practice in a way that will build an inner confidence in the fact that nothing is ever wrong. As this momentum builds up we will find our attention beginning to habitually return to a sense of peace and ease of being each time it gets caught in the sense of a problem. When the habit of peace and ease of being, becomes stronger than the habit of assuming that something is wrong, you have come to the level of attainment, and you will begin to experience a profound sense of freedom when you meditate.

Retreat Clip: Real Meditation starts with Surrender (9:00)

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