25 – 27 March 2022 Online Retreat with Dhamma teacher Upul Nishanta Gamage

From The Nilambe Buddhist Meditation CenterThe inner voice of silence  

About the teacher:

Upul Nishantha Gamage, present

resident meditation teacher, has been
guiding thousands of people from
different backgrounds who come to
Nilambe to practice meditation. Upul
started meditation in 1977, at 13 years of
age. At that time, he was instrumental in
establishing a Youth Society at a
Buddhist Temple near his parents’ house
and got involved in many activities as
the Secretary of the Society. In late 80’s,
he had offered to help Godwin at a
point where someone’s assistance with
the activities at the Nilambe Meditation
Centre was vital.


25 – 27 March 2022 Online Retreat   

Language: English

Registration through: julvemar@gmail.com

Registration deadline: Thursday, 17. March.

Zoom-access link: The Zoom access link will be sent to you after your registration on Wednesday 23. March via email.

Organizer: Nilambe Friends Organizer Team

There is no course fee. The retreat is donation based. 

The bank details are:



Mar Jurado, IBAN ES13 0239 0806 7731 5707 3325
Intended purpose: Dana

Useful  information:

This three day retreat will include guided meditations, a talk by Upul and a question and answer session with Upul.  We will also practice mindfulness in motion and chant in the afternoon. The schedule also includes time for independent meditation at home (without Zoom) and other mindful activities at home. Please try to keep these 3 days free of non-retreat activities as much as you can and try to avoid unnecessary verbal communication throughout the day so that you can get the greatest benefit.

Further information:

If you like, you can have a look at the Ebook „Rhythm of Nilambe“ as a preparation of the retreat. It contains valuable thoughts about the daily routine in a retreat.  You can find the book on the homepage

of Nilambe: https://www.nilambe.net/resources/Rhythm%20of%20Nilambe%20ebook.pdf

Looking forward to seeing you in  March.

Nilambe organizer team.