Retreat with Alan Muller 1 – 10 February 2019

Alan Muller

Alan Muller

We are very pleased to advise that Alan Muller will be giving another Practice Retreat next year. Please diarise this very popular retreat.

Dates: Friday 1 – Sunday 10 February, 2019
Venue: Susurumba Retreat Centre, Juliasdale.
Topic: Caring for Others, Caring for Self.
Single Accommodation:   USD cash 425 preferred
Shared Accommodation: USD cash 275 preferred
Bedding provided.
Camping: USD cash 180 preferred
Please bring your own camping equipment.  (We can also provide tent, mattress and pillow up to five campers, on a first paid/first reserved basis; @ USD30 (cash preferred) per person. Please bring own sleeping bag)
Financial constraints should not be a restricting factor. Please contact Dave

One definition of calm abiding meditation is to rest one pointedly in virtue or a virtues mind state. A compassionate mind is a virtues mind state. How do we develop or uncover this type of mind. We will explore teachings which show us a step by step method on how to develop this open, compassionate mind.

“Genuine progress consists of developing in a gentle, friendly way, each according to his or her capacity.”  Akong Tulku Rinpoche.

Alan Muller is one of our hidden South African Buddhist treasures. He took vows for some time as a Buddhist Monk, and did a year’s retreat at Samye Ling in Scotland. He now conducts short retreats at the Tara Rokpa Retreat Centre in Groot Marico. He has much experience and wisdom to share in his quiet, humble and compassionate manner.

For bookings please write to Dave Sheehan on zimsheehans [at]



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