All Our Relations:
Wisdom Teachings from Indigenous and Insight Meditation Traditions
This retreat will weave Indigenous and Buddhist ways of knowing to connect with Nature as our guide and teacher. Gentle reflective practices will touch our interconnection with all beings, our innate wisdom, and our capacity for peace. This retreat will nurture a coming home, to our natural way of being.
With Jeanne Corrigal and Tina Settee
Saturday, September 7, 2019
10 am – 4 pm
This retreat will be held at the Fish Lake Métis Settlement (in photo), founded by Elder Jim Settee, in 1935. This lake was home to many Métis families until the 1990s, and is still cared for today by these same families, whose efforts resulted in provincial heritage status for this area, in 2012.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know you are coming. We will then send you directions, and try to connect folks who wish to car pool. Fish Lake is 190 kilometres north of Saskatoon, near Christopher Lake.
Tina Settee is a granddaughter of Jim Settee, and a loving caretaker of Fish Lake. Jeanne Corrigal is a Meditation teacher certified by Spirit Rock Meditation Centre and the University of Massachusetts Medical School, and currently a participant in the 2017 – 2021 Teacher Training at the Insight Meditation Society. One of her first teachers in loving presence was Elder Jim Settee.
There will be an opportunity to offer dana/donation to Tina, Jeanne, and for the upkeep of Fish Lake.