What do you value most deeply?
What does "personal transformation" mean to you?
How do you bring mindfulness more deeply into your life?
Are you holding yourself in kind awareness--right now?
Spirit Rock's 25th anniversary is an occasion to reflect on our past and on our intentions for the future. On the weekend of June 21-23, 2013, a small group of Spirit Rock capital campaign supporters will gather to ask provocative questions about how wisdom and compassion can arise right now, right here in our busy lives....
We will have a rare opportunity to engage in an intimate three-day retreat with Spirit Rock Co-Founders Jack Kornfield and Sylvia Boorstein. "An Intimate Exploration Of Transformative Practice In Our Lives," is a benefit for our Capital Campaign, to support Spirit Rock in building a new light-filled Community Meditation Hall and Staff/Teacher Village. This will allow us to expand programming, increase access to teachings, and ensure the next 25 years of service and beyond. The base donation for this very special retreat is $5,000.
We will gather to connect with our values and intentions, and to share with two of the most influential and revered Dharma teachers in the U.S. This extraordinary weekend with Jack and Sylvia--together leading a retreat for the first time in over 15 years--includes:
-Small group conversation and connection with Jack and Sylvia
-A special reception and dinner with members of the Spirit Rock Teachers Council and a few of the new faces of Dharma in the West
-Guaranteed single rooms
-Exceptional gourmet meals planned exclusively for this group
-Massage available throughout the weekend
-Two dynamic movement sessions a day
Sylvia has graciously offered to meet with individuals one-on-one to discuss your life and practice prior to the retreat with the first 25 people who sign-up!
Please call Rachel Uris, Director of Development, at 415-488-0164 x 286 directly if you are interested in this retreat.
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Also remember that the cost above is priced as a sliding scale. Please pay at the highest level of the sliding scale that you can afford. This allows others who need to pay less the opportunity to attend. Fee is for room and board. Teaching and staffing of the retreats is by donation at the end of the retreat. For more information, see Retreat FAQ.