The heartbeat of PachaMama is the Silence, shared through the daily Silent Sittings and the Silent Retreats. Through the silence, one has the opportunity to take a journey to the core of the inner being where it is possible to dissolve into the timeless here and now. The Silent Retreats take place in a beautiful, tranquil setting in nature which supports the work of transformation and meditation.
In this special retreat, the space of Satsang and meditation is supported by a vegetarian light menu including smoothies, juices, raw foods and super foods. This menu allows the participant to go even deeper by elevating the frequency of the body through light, high vibe foods which in turn helps to achieve a deepening of the meditation. The Silent Retreat also includes daily yoga and other movement meditations.
High Vibe Silent Retreat – Juices & Meditation Menu
6:15am Silent Yoga
7:20 – 8am Good Morning Smoothie: Coconut meat, coconut water, banana, mora-berries, Strawberries, Superfoods: Chia, hemp seeds, Maca, cacao, mucuna.
10 – 10:30am Green Smoothie: Cold pressed Veggie juice: carrot, cucumber, celery, kale, acelga, green leaves: spinach, kale, acelga, parsley, mint, coconut water, Super foods: spirulina, morniga, sea salt, olive oil.
11am – 12pm Movement Meditation
12:15 – 1pm Light lunch – ready-made plates consisting of mixed salad, three raw crackers, 2 vegan dips & lightly steamed vegetables.
3:30 – 3:45pm Power Cacao drink: Mate tea, cacao, mucuna, honey, stevia, ginger, turmeric, a dash of chili.
4pm Kundalini or Vipassana Meditation
7pm Satsang followed by a Listening Meditation
* 3 times a day: Herbal Tea (lemon grass/ mint/ ginger & lemon/chai).
All Food & Drinks are included in the price.
|Early Bird until one week before||$380|
“The Silent Retreat will point to that presence of wisdom that is your true nature.
Over and over it will reflect your selflessness the impersonal consciousness that you are.
There is no ‘you’ anymore. Only this wisdom is; only this presence of consciousness.
A state of being which is beyond the self and which rests in an untouched silence, in an unconditional contentment.
This is the freedom that is shared in Satsang.”
Excerpt from Satsang with Tyohar