This past weekend I had the pleasure of leading a retreat in the North Georgia mountains, hosted by Atlanta’s Red Clay Sangha. The theme was “Cultivating Clarity Through Living the Questions.” This is the second retreat I’ve led for Red Clay Sangha, which is a wonderful Zen community of dedicated practitioners committed to a welcoming, strong and supportive sangha. Because they are open to learning from and practicing in other traditions, I conducted the retreat Vipassana Style and a number of Atlanta Insight Meditation Community practitioners also attended the retreat.
Gareth Young, a deep and dedicated practitioner and one of the founders of Red Clay Sangha, wrote a blog post about his retreat experience, which you can read here. Gareth is very involved in Atlanta’s interfaith community and he writes often about his experiences participating in several faiths.
Our location for this retreat was The Sautee Lodge near Helen Georgia. Its a lovely rural spot, perfect for a silent meditation retreat.
Thanks, Lisa, for joining us and leading such a wonderful retreat! And thanks to all who attended and supported us with their practice. Thanks also, Lisa, for referring back to my post.
You’re welcome! I hope the link leads some new people to your blog.