The Ground of Belonging: An Embodied Inquiry into Courage, Curiosity, and Interconnectedness, 9/4 – 8

Teachers
Practice Center
Date / Time
Sep 4, 2022 / 4:00pm - Sep 8, 2022 / 12:00pm
Event Type
Workshops and Retreats
Description

The hunger to belong is at the heart of our nature.

~ John O’Donohue

These uncertain times are shaking our habitual ways of being. Individually and collectively many of us are experiencing anxiety, impermanence, and disconnection. A sense of deep belonging and connection is the natural state of our being and we are being called to greet change. To know and feel our belonging in these times asks us to have courage to feel our vulnerability and cultivate curiosity.

Life conspires to let us know our interconnectedness even in the midst of the unknowable. We will draw from Buddhist wisdom, contemplative practices, and contemporary somatic psychology to explore ancient, yet new ways of belonging to ourselves, others, and to the other-than-human world to which we are connected in webs of communities. When we embody the birthright of our interconnectedness and the ground of belonging, ever-changing life lives through us.

Fee Information

Retreat fee: $361($306/Member)

Please note that the retreat fee does not include accommodations. Retreats begin at 4 pm on the indicated start date and by noon on the indicated end date. Visit the Rooms & Rates section and determine your preferred accommodations before making your reservations request online.

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