Asheville Sangha

Supporting Non-Duality and Awakening in Asheville and Beyond

Discovering Our Original Nature a Weekend Retreat of Silence and Contemplation

Event Details

Discovering Our Original Nature a Weekend Retreat of Silence and Contemplation

Time: September 3, 2021 at 4pm to September 5, 2021 at 12pm
Location: Well Being Retreat Center
Street: 376 Well Being Cir
City/Town: Tazewell
Website or Map: https://www.wellbeingretreatc…
Phone: 423-626-9000
Event Type: weekend, retreat, of, silence, &amp, contemplation
Organized By: Patty Bottari
Latest Activity: Jul 31

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Event Description

Well Being Retreat Center is offering a 2-night mostly silent Weekend Retreat led by Don Oakley, author of "It's Time to Wake Up Now: The Top Ten Myths that Can Hijack Spiritual Awakening," a five star rated book on Amazon, and by Patty Bottari, a Director of Well Being Foundation and longtime employee and student of both Adyashanti and Byron Katie.

This event will be held in the open-air Powell River Pavilion on the bank of the scenic Powell River. The weekend event includes lodging in one of our 12 cabins. Each cabin has a kitchenette so that you can store and prepare your meals. We will provide drinks and snacks. The Pavilion allows for seating at at least six feet apart.

About the Retreat

This retreat is a non-denominational opportunity to explore one’s own true nature – free from the everyday distractions and busyness of our lives. The weekend will include silent sittings in the serenity of our riverside Pavilion, guided meditations, inquiry, structured sharing and a guided inquiry talks by Don Oakley.. Closing Sharing Circle will be led by Patty Bottari. All activities during the retreat are voluntary, of course.

Note: Due to our Covid-restricted bed capacity, we ask that you remain fully engaged in the spirit of the retreat for the duration of the event and not simply use the time for a personal vacation.  However, if you would like to book a cabin for any non-retreat weekend, the entire 160 acre land is available for R&R.

To register or more information regarding the retreat can be found here.

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