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This meditation retreat with emerging teacher David Harshada Wagner is unlike anything you can imagine.
Meditation is a key practice in this retreat, but the week is really more about personal transformation. Meditation is taught as one tool among others that can help you to be happier and freer in your daily life. The retreat also includes deep conversations about your life’s deep purpose, your inner obstacles, and visions for an awakened—and amazing—life.
There are also active meditations, like walking in the woods with your senses and awareness fully open. Wagner believes that by cultivating a wild heart and quiet mind you can have an amazing life, and in this retreat you learn how.
The Sanskrit word “harshada” means “full of ecstasy, joy, and delight,” and Wagner guides you in a retreat that is as fun as it is healing, as restful as it is invigorating, as steeped in ancient wisdom from the East as it is infused with contemporary teachings from the West.
Anyone who is sincere about transforming themselves and walking an authentic spiritual path is invited; no meditation experience is necessary.
Workshop begins Monday at 9:30 a.m.
Faculty asks that you wear comfortable clothes and bring sturdy shoes for walking in the woods, and a journal.
The Children's Program will not be available during this workshop.
The above schedule is subject to change at the discretion of the faculty.
David Harshada Wagner, creator of the Living Meditation method, is considered among the top teachers of his generation. He is classically trained in the Indian wisdom traditions of yoga, bhakti, Vedanta, and Tantric Shaivism, and has been teaching meditation and self-empowerment since 1996. davidhwagner.com