2017 Winter Weekend Retreat

with don demercurio
priory retreat house
february 3-5, 2017

Supported by the deep stillness of winter and the profound presence of this sacred space we will explore what it means to Be as One.

There is an emerging consciousness waking up within humanity at this time. As the old structures that were based in separateness are falling away a deeper and truer understanding of our true nature is arising.

When we recognize ourselves as the living field of consciousness that is manifesting as “we” rather than “me” we open to a freedom that comes from knowing that we are being created moment to moment as a dynamic, loving, intelligent presence that wants nothing more than to live through us and as us.

The weekend will include teaching, meditation, collective inquiry, movement, and creative revelation.

location

Priory Retreat House
Chestertown, New York

Pre-registration required. This is a residential retreat. All participants must commit to arriving prior to first session on Friday and staying through closing session on Sunday.
Limit: 20 participants

schedule

Friday, February 3, 2017
Check-in: 2:00pm – 6:00pm
Dinner: 6:30pm
Opening Session: 7:30pm
Saturday session:
Will be announced at retreat
Sunday closing session:
ending at 2:00pm on Sunday, February 5.

fee and registration

Fee: $420/person (includes: program, housing and meals)
Deposit: $100 (non-refundable, due with registration)
Early-bird registration: $380 (if registered and paid in full by December 3, 2016)

lodging

The Priory Retreat Center is a former monastic center with a combination of single and double occupancy rooms, sleeping nooks – some with twin beds and some with futons or cots and a dormitory style loft . Bedding and bath towels are provided by the Priory. Couples will have first choice of double rooms. Those with special needs will be given the two single rooms based on earliest registration.

work practice

In the tradition of spiritual community, we will share in the responsibilities of getting food out for meals and cleaning up after meals as well