Open Gate Sangha Retreat
August 19–24, 2013
- $350.00 – Tent Double, Shared Bath
- $475.00 – Tent Single, Shared Bath
- $475.00 – Dorm, Shared Bath
- $650.00 – Shared Lodge Double Room, Private Bath
- $750.00 – Lodge Single Room, Shared Bath
- $925.00 – Lodge Single Room, Private Bath
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: AUGUST 18, 2013
Please note: You must first register for this program by clicking on www.muktisource.org before registering with Shambhala Mountain Center for housing.
Please click on the REGISTER NOW button above to choose your housing preference. Although it says the price is all inclusive, it only includes lodging and meals. You must register and pay for the program tuition by clicking the muktisource.org link ABOVE.
This retreat will delve into the nature of our very existence, as life Itself, apart from personal identities, roles, history or future. Mukti will point participants to their essential Self, prior to these personal attributes, and will nurture a remembrance of Self nature that is free of all definitions and divisions.
To support this remembrance, Mukti will discuss and coach participants in Self-inquiry during periods of satsang (sessions exploring the nature of Truth) and offer guided meditation. This retreat will also provide several periods of silent group meditation, as well as time to rest and enjoy the natural surroundings. Outside of satsang, participants will be observing silence. All components of this retreat, especially the maintaining of silence, are provided to further conscious knowing of our ever-present, undivided nature.
Mukti, whose name is translated as “liberation,” is a teacher in the lineage of Adyashanti, her husband. Prior to 1996, when she began studying the nondual, Zen-flavored teachings of Adyashanti, Mukti studied the teachings of Paramahansa Yogananda for over 20 years. In her own teachings, Mukti points audiences back to their natural state of wholeness or undivided consciousness. Licensed in acupuncture and certified to teach hatha yoga, Mukti has a love of the whole, in form as well as the formless.