The Silent Retreats are the heartbeat of the sacred journey. They provide a restful environment for the deepest inquiry into the truth of one’s being. One is dissolving into the timeless here and now. This is where profound steps are taken through the journey of transformation.
There is a special power in gathering together in support of one another’s awakening. A Silent Retreat is a rare and precious opportunity to focus solely on the most earnest questions of the heart and to spend some days in silence in a beautiful, natural setting.
Participants are asked for a sincere commitment to the standard of the retreat and will remain in absolute silence throughout. A retreat is also a spiritual cleanse on a collective level, an inner shower for all of PachaMama. Non-participants help maintain a meditative atmosphere by refraining from speaking in all public areas in order for the entire village to tune into this space.
The program includes Satsang with Tyohar twice a day, a daily practice of Yoga as well as various meditations and it concludes with a Sweatlodge.
The Who is In? process is a mandatory requirement for participating in the Silent Retreat.
*The Silent Retreats in December, April and August are part of the Transformation Cycle but open for everyone.
PachaMama also holds High Vibe Silent Retreats twice a year, which offer the opportunity to deepen into meditative inquiry with the support of a light, vegetarian menu consisting of smoothies, juices, raw foods and super foods.
|Silent Retreat including the "Who is In?" or Vipassana group||$490|
|Early Bird price until a week before "Who is In?" or Vipassana group begins||$460|
“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 untouched silence, in unconditional contentment.
This is the freedom that is shared in satsang.”
Excerpt from Satsang with Tyohar