This retreat isn’t about making resolutions, though it is about intention. It’s about realizing your deepest heart’s desire. It’s about embracing change out of love and passion, not obligation and fear. Through awareness practice, we remember who we authentically are. We remember what we authentically are. When moving through the world from that recognition, intention manifests differently than when our attention is aligned with the feeling of separation. From separation, awareness practice is distorted into a self-improvement plan and resolutions are a familiar and painful by-product. This retreat focuses on the alternative.
Join us for an inspiring and empowering journey of self-inquiry on this silent retreat. The retreat takes place from December 28-January 2 at Still Meadow Retreat Center in the tranquil Oregon countryside 30 minutes from Portland. Click to see photos of Still Meadow Retreat Center.
No experience required. All are welcome. Given our deep commitment to being an open and inclusive community, accepting and supporting diversity in age, race, physical and mental abilities, as well as sexual orientation and gender identity, please let us know how we can fully support your retreat experience.
Activities include meditation, group discussions and private guidance sessions with Caverly, guided imagery, journaling, and mindful walking — all within the backdrop of silence.
Caverly Morgan is the founding meditation teacher of One House of Peace, a nonprofit bringing awareness practice to adults and teens. She has been dedicated to practice since 1995, including eight years as a monk at a silent Zen monastery. Her teachings integrate the original spirit of Zen with a contemporary nondual approach.