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During a retreat, you separate yourself from daily concerns for spiritual self-examination and mental exercises. In Buddhist retreats, meditation is particularly important in this context.

It can take a lot of time to calm our minds and detach from daily problems. Even if you meditate daily for some time, it is often too short to calm and focus your mind properly. But only with this calmness can you discover what thoughts and feelings are going through your mind. In Buddhist traditions, retreats of several weeks or even years are therefore quite common.

Retreats are not always easy, as we are also confronted with our negative habits and emotions that we would rather not see. But it is precisely this confrontation that makes retreats so valuable, because we can choose to develop ourselves in a positive direction. By participating in guided group retreats, you can learn this process of self-development, so that you can eventually become happier. 


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