Living Your Dharma
16-18 April 2021 - Western Creek, Tasmania.
Have you ever had the experience of doing or talking about something, and feel yourself light up? Can you recall times you felt energised . . . excited . . . happy . . . maybe even glowing? Well, those special moments hold the key to connecting with your Dharma, which is the first step towards living it.
This is a journey to Self, a journey of both 'becoming' and 'unbecoming' to align with your purpose and passion. To begin the process of listening for that quiet inner voice that seems to come from nowhere; that says 'yes' or 'no' or 'do that now'. To stop and ask yourself: 'what do I want more of in my life?' What would that look or feel like?
Equally important in this journey is clearing what is getting in the way of your dreams. We all have things that don't feel safe and habitual ways of thinking and patterns of behaviour that take us away from the person we want to be and where we want to be.
Based on the yogic principle of Dharma - living an authentic, evolving life - this retreat provides the space and tools to do some creative ‘naval gazing. To reflect on who and where you are in this life, and who and where you want to be. It’s an opportunity to dream, to ask good questions, and with the help of a range of practical tools, to first visual and then begin to create the circumstances to support your dream life.
A take home toolkit of wisdom and practices will support you to:
I have been practicing and teaching these tools for many years. I know they work and I am sharing them so you too can create the life you want to live. This might be the first or the next step in creating your life rather than just living according to your circumstances, so if your inner knowing is saying 'yes, I want to do this', listen to it.
Our venue - Meander Valley Yoga Centre
Located at Western Creek, approximately 20 minutes south of Deloraine near Mother Cummings Peak, this peaceful 45 acre property invites us to appreciate simplicity and enjoy the beauty and sounds of nature.
With Western Creek as a backdrop, a beautiful earth-rendered straw-bale Yoga room provides our sadhana (practice) space. There are also a range of accommodation options including single and shared rooms, indoor and outdoor, as well as a non-residential option for local participants.
Meals are all vegetarian and lovingly prepared with produce from the amazing bio-dynamic vegetable garden and orchard, and other local farms.
Registrations are through the Meander Valley Yoga website.
Read the following blogs for some more insight into this work:
Be careful what you wish for..”
What creates your life, the circumstances or your dreams?'
Is this really want you want
Living your Dharma...a journey to Self