Day of Mindfulness & Vietnamese Lunch with Jass & Emiko
Mindfulness is the art of opening up to the present moment, embracing all that is alive within us and around us. It enables us to enjoy life deeply and cope with life’s challenges in a skillful way. It helps us to stop and slow down, understand the deeper meaning of things and align ourselves with our true aspirations. Jass will facilitate different mindfulness practices inspired by the style of Vietnamese monk Thich Nhat Hanh. We will all practice together and connect as a group. See below the details of the Program.
- 10.00: Welcoming & Tea
- 10.30: Sitting meditation
- 11.00: Teaching
- 11.30: Tea break
- 12.00: Walking Meditation
- 12.30: Mindful Vietnamese lunch (Offered by Emiko)
- 13.30: Rest
- 14.00: Sharing circle (‘Dharma sharing’)
- 15.00: Tea meditation and festive ending (‘Be-in’, opportunity to share songs, poems, music etc.)
This activity does not require advance registration (but it is better to let us know at least one day before for the meal preparation) and it is suitable for both complete beginners and experienced practitioners. The cost for food (optional) is Rs. 400 and the contribution for the rest of the activity is on donation basis for everyone (guests, volounteers & Aurovilians). If you need more information and register for this day of meditation, you can contact directly Jass by phone or Whatsapp (+91 733 945 9425) or write to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Saturday March 15th, 10 am to 4 pm
Information & Registration:
+91 733 945 9425 (Phone)
About the Facilitator
Jass (Gijs Van den Broeck) learned to meditate as a child. He started teaching religion and spirituality in high school, sharing with adolescents about meditation. He started his own meditation group and traveled far and wide attending retreats and facilitating sessions. For the past 10 years he has dedicated his life to deepening his practice, studying with different teachers and traveling far and wide. He has lived and studied with Zen master Thich Nhat Hanh for more than 1 year in his mindfulness practice centre ‘Plum Village’ in France. After this, he has traveled through China, exploring tea in depth in different Zen monasteries. and he has also been connected with ‘Global Tea Hut’, a worldwide community of traditional tea & meditation lovers. For many years he has been sharing the practice of mindfulness all across the globe and since the past two years he has lived and conducted workshops in Auroville.