Spring Meditation is cancelled.
We are very sorry and sadly announce that we have to cancel our Spring Meditation for 2021 due to current regulations. Feel free to contact us at email@example.com for more informations. Thank you for your support and understanding and please take very good care in those very confusing times.
Spring Meditation11 April 2021 - 18 April 2021
Perhaps your greatest adventure: the journey to yourself
Deepening meditation retreat
This new, week-long intensive arose by popular request of our past participants, wanting to deepen their meditation practice. It is geared towards young people who already have meditation experience, but also for everyone who knows that they want to experience meditation in-depth directly. The seminar includes longer meditation periods, studying meditation and its mode of action, as well as periods of silence.
This is who I really am!
Reading together, listening to talks, and exchange on our experience bring tremendous joy and create connection. And although we don’t really “do” anything in meditation, it still is the most effective and profound practice for discovering our true self.
Besides several hours of meditation (including breaks and walking meditation) in the morning and afternoon, we offer daily talks and study courses on meditation and meditation in daily life. We are also happy to facilitate one-on-one interviews with our trained meditation instructors on demand. All parts of our programme are of course voluntary and serve the purpose of getting to know meditation in its depth, really experiencing and exploring it. Alongside this, there is always plenty of time for walks and retreating.
Meeting friends, experiencing nature – finding oneself
The meeting place Neumühle is one of the oldest meditation centres in Europe, idyllically situated in a forest and meadows. Its former flour mill nowadays functions as an oasis of silence and recreation. Gentle rolling hills, welcoming meditation spaces, and the comfortable ambience make for calmness, rest, and gathering the mind.
Becoming "awake" involves seeing our confusion more clearly.” (Chögyam Trungpa)Winter Meditation
A wonderful experience.