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Ten Useful Spiritual Practices That Anyone Can Do

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Ten Useful Spiritual Practices That Anyone Can Do

Time: April 10, 2020 at 4pm to April 12, 2020 at 2pm
Location: Well Being Retreat Center
Street: 376 Well Being Cir
City/Town: Tazewell
Website or Map: https://www.wellbeingretreatc…
Phone: 4236269000
Event Type: two-night, meditation, and, inquiry, retreat
Organized By: Patty
Latest Activity: Mar 10, 2020

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Event Description

Well Being Retreat Center is offering a weekend retreat presenting “Ten Useful Spiritual Practices That Anyone Can Do” led by Don Oakley, the 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.

Time is short, yet haste is counter-productive. In spiritual circles, many forms of practice are bandied about, but only some lead to freedom, while others may only lead to lifelong efforting. Many paths are possible and it is up to you to figure out which one to take.(No path is also an option, though seldom productive.) What resonates for you is usually a good place to start, but often it is a matter of trial and error. During this weekend, ten useful, direct-path practices will be presented that anyone can do..

There will be a $50 "Housekeeping Fee" for this retreat and we ask that you bring and prepare one meal. There is no charge for housing which will be on a first come first serve basis. 

Your tax-deductible donation to Well Being Foundation before or at the end of the retreat will allow us to further this work of offering a venue for exploring your deepest nature. Your generosity is greatly appreciated.

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