Retreat Meditation and Teaching in Monastery volunteering programs are mindful vacations that improve your spiritual, mental, emotional, and physical health in the long run. A mindful vacation in Nepal will give you the opportunity to relax fully. Taking time with yourself and for yourself is an essential part of your itinerary. The Retreat Meditation and Teaching in Monastery effectively help in dealing with anxiety and dissolve clutter and chaos from your mind. The strong ties Nepal has to Buddhist and Hindu traditions make it an ideal location for meditation retreats. Whether your interest in meditation is casual or you are a committed practitioner, the retreats in Nepal cater to both long-term and short-term needs.
From the unforgettable pilgrimage sites to the elegant ancient temples, Nepal will capture your heart. The country has a serene and mysterious atmosphere that can’t quite be put into words. This deeply spiritual nation gives you an opportunity to meditate in peace and quiet in different places.
The purpose of the retreat is to deepen the understanding of Dharma through intensive contemplation and integrating it into one’s mindstream, in a quiet place. Undisturbed by worldly activity, the mind has the opportunity to turn inward and explore our inner world.
As a volunteer teaching English or Teaching in a Buddhist monastery to Buddhist monks in Nepal, you can enormously benefit their learning and language development. As a result, by working with international volunteers the monks can vastly improve their communication and pronunciation skills on a new level. Live in a Nepalese Buddhist monastery teaching English to monks and learning about their way of life. It is a very unique, life-affirming opportunity, you should not miss.
"With our plane leaving on the 23rd of March 2017 one of the best experiences of my life had started. I’ll never forget how we arrived, a little nervous, at our new host family and them welcoming us in such a warm and loving way that we immediately felt at home. In those introduction days, we have been stuffed with the best food, most loving..."