A 10 day Insight meditation retreat with Ajahn Nyaṇadassano [Residential]
May 12 @ 6:00 pm - May 21 @ 1:30 pm
Retreat will feature an emphasis on tranquillity (samadhi), insight (vipassana) and loving kindness (metta) meditation.
Beginning on Friday evening at 6:00pm and ending on Sunday lunch time.
Booking (by filling out the booking form) is essential as there are limited number of spaces available.
This retreat is offered on a Dana (donation) basis only.
To participate it is necessary to attend the entire retreat.
Please Note: If you intend booking for this 10 day retreat – please be absolutely sure at the time of booking you have made the necessary arrangements to attend the retreat and therefore avoid a late cancellation. It is very difficult to fill a place on a ten day retreat with short notice.
Ajahn Ñāṇadassano (Nyanadassano) is of Czech origin, although he grew up with his Russian father in Latvia. He came to Amaravati in the autumn of 1999, with the interest to become a monk. Ajahn Nyanadassano received the Full Acceptance (Upasampada) as a bhikkhu on 21 July 2002 and spent the following year at Chithurst Buddhist Monastery. After another period of time living at Amaravati, Ajahn Nyanadassano spent a year in Thailand, living mostly at Wat Pah Nanachat. He also spent some time in Wat Pah Pong and Dtao Dum before returning to Amaravati in 2006. Over the past several years, Ajahn Nyanadassano has lived at monasteries in Italy, New Zealand, Thailand and Portugal. In November 2015 he returned to Amaravati. Ajahn Nyanadassano accepted the invitation to help Ajahn Kongrit lead the community at Lokuttara Vihara in Norway, in the beginning in April 2023.