Living Your Dharma
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 understanding what is stopping you or getting in the way. We all have habitual ways of thinking and patterns of behaviour that take us away from the person we want to be and also where we want to be.
Our intention for this retreat
Our intention for this retreat is provide you with 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.
This work (that we love to do ourselves as well as share with others) and the retreat evolved from our own reflections on the yogic principle of Dharma and an intention to live an evolving, authentic life. From putting into practice a variety of Ayurvedic and Yogic tools, noticing and following the signposts that emerge, observing and learning in a continual process.
We know it works, and in this retreat we share what we have learnt so you too can create the life you want to live. If there is something you want to bring into your life Coralie’s ‘Be careful what you wish for..”[to insert link later] is a great example of making it happen.
Have you ever stopped to look back at your own life and seen how you have been guided and supported . . . even if it didn’t feel like it at the time. Hindsight is a really important tool and shows us the Divine forces at play. Read about Mary’s journey of dreaming and creating in 'What creates your life, the circumstances or your dreams?' [to insert link later]
Attending this retreat might be the first or the next step in creating your life rather than just living according to your circumstances. If there a little voice saying 'yes, I want to do this', listen to it.
This residential retreat includes: