5-day Metta meditation retreat October 2024 at Fair Harvest
Mettā translates as “the ever-present possibility for friendship.” and is a natural extension of our mindfulness. Practice helps us find meaningful sources of love and kindness within our lives, enabling us to live with greater tenderness and goodwill. Mettā is a harmonizing and healing practice that is a doorway to a more compassionate connectedness with ourselves, others and the world, awakening us, individually and collectively, to our sameness and the True Refuge humanity and all species deeply need in today’s world.
5-day mindfulness and nature retreat April 2024 at Fair Harvest
Join us for 5 days of semi-silent retreat exploring mindfulness and meditations on nature through an ecological perspective. This retreat offers an opportunity to deepen mindfulness and explore meditative practices that foster a profound remembrance of our sacred relationship and place within the body of nature. Also, there is ample opportunity for rest and respite.
Dana contribution, gift or offering
If you would like to support Tig-Le House, you can make a Dana contribution, gift, or offering.
All contributions go 100% to running community mindfulness and mediation training sessions through Tig-Le House.
What your contribution supports:
- Making regular foundation teaching and training sessions accessible for anyone in need.
- Provide training resources for participants supporting their ongoing practice.
- Provide practical daily essentials, including – tea, chairs, cushions, winter rugs, heating and water.
All your support, offerings and involvement are deeply appreciated.
If you would like to make a contribution, we would love to hear from you. You can make a contribution here or contact us directly.
Dharma Group – Term 1, 2024
Dharma Group – Term 1, 2024
Wednesday evenings: 7pm – 8:30pm
Dates: 31st January to 20th March
Location: Tig-Le House, 11 Tingle Ave, Margaret River
Topic: Theravada Dhamma
In this first eight-week series for the year, we explore Theravadin dhamma teachings and associated contemplative meditations in the universalist Buddhist tradition.
Meditations for enriched awareness of nature November 2024 at the Origins Centre
It is through mindfulness that we come into a deeper awareness of our true nature and the World, Gaia, Mother Earth, all our home. This mindfulness can be further enriched through training, revealing insights into the body of life and the wisdom of life’s intelligence.
Mindful walking weekend retreat August 2024 at the Origins Centre
Become familiar with techniques of mindful walking, combining sitting, walking, and standing postures, learning to move mindfully across country, observing and interacting with landscape ecologies, and understanding relational aspects of mind, body, and environments.
Mindfulness Group Term 1, 2024
Mindfulness group at Fair Harvest. These eight mindfulness sessions are open to anyone interested in learning and practising mindfulness techniques. The sessions will cover aspects of both traditional and contemporary approaches in a practical way applicable to everyday life.
Mindfulness weekend retreat May 2024 at the Origins Centre
Mindfulness weekend retreat
Date: Friday 3rd to Sunday 5th of May
Class times: Saturday 9am & 3pm; Sunday 9am
This is the first weekend in our three-part mindfulness and meditations on nature retreat series. The focus of this first weekend will be on the foundations of mindfulness practice, including essential techniques for cultivating the mindful mind, including the seven-point posture, naming experience, and calming bodily formations. These techniques will be combined to form a practice pattern.