Everyday Mystic Retreat
Wednesday, December 11, 7:30 pm - Sunday, December 15, 12:00 pm PST$595
At the heart of being human lies the mysterious wedding of Heaven and Earth, spirit and matter, the light of spirit and the humility of flesh. Spiritual openings allow us to discover the peace and freedom of our true nature, but it is how we take that discovery into the everyday that illuminates and transforms our lives. This is the specific domain of Jeannie’s genius, as she brings her tremendous heart, mercy for humanness, practical wisdom and wakeful clarity to bear on the sticking points of living the light that you are.
•Soak your bones in a field of vibrating presence and love.
•Ground the creature of the body in the benevolence of the present moment.
•Know yourself as pure being and dissolve ancient blocks to resting as that.
•Explore the energies of yin (softening/vulnerability) and yang (clarity/boundaried-ness)
•Discover how to make room for humanness and fallibility.
•And infinitely more as your questions draw out the teaching relevant to you in the moment.
Retreat fee: $595
A few spots available at a reduced rate for those in need.
Food is organic and local where possible and sensitivities are accommodated where possible. Dinner will be on your own for the first evening and 3 meals a day will be served the remaining days, with breakfast served on the last day. A bag lunch option will be available for those who want it on the last day.
Meal options are as follows:
- $130.00 for the all-inclusive option (4 breakfasts, 3 lunches & 3 dinners)
- $90.00 for all lunch/dinner meals (3 lunches and 3 dinners)
Please make all lodging and food arrangements through Living as Love and do not contact the venue directly.
Dormitory-style rooms: $46 per person, per night
These rooms have 2 options (we will designate man only/woman only sleeping areas) :
- Bunk beds in each room, sleeping 4 per room
- One large dormitory with 8 twin beds, sleeping 8 people in one large room
Camping: $36 per night, per person.
There are 5 spots available (3 close to the building and 2 about a good 3 minute walk alone in the woods). Please know winter camping can be very wet and cold and you will need to bring our own camping equipment, with tarps. There are not actual platforms for camping, just spots that have level ground. If you wish to van camp please let me know, as there are limited areas to do so.
Commuter rate: $25 per day, per person If you are staying off-site