All Your Relations: Who Are You in Relationship?
A 3-night retreat at Multiversity
Being in relationship as a partner, a parent, a child, a colleague, a teacher, or a student provides us with some of the most fundamental challenges of being human and seeking a life of fulfillment. We often suffer in our relationships, and the real reasons for that often go unnoticed or unrealized. We sometimes believe that any unhappiness we experience is actually rooted in these primary relationships. Is that true? What should we expect from relationship, really? What should we ask of ourselves and what should we expect from others when in relationship?
In this retreat Gangaji will take us through a rigorous investigation into who we are in relationship. You can focus on partnership, parents, or any kind of key relationship in your life, including the relationship you have with yourself. The relationship can be current or in your past. You will be guided to identify your hopes and what exactly you are afraid to reveal in relationship. Gangaji will also guide us in the gift of seeing through someone else’s eyes. At the end of the retreat, she will give us five questions to take us deeper.
This 4-day retreat will be held at the new 1440 Multiversity campus, about which we've been getting rave reports. From the beautiful natural surroundings to the housing to the fresh organic meals, we are looking forward to retreat with Gangaji at this new venue. This will not be a silent retreat, as we will be sharing the campus with other programs occurring simultaneously. Residential and commuter options are available.
Also offering The Spiritual Challenge in Relationship on Oct 27th.
Relationships are both a joyous opportunity and a testing ground for the deepest realization of who we are in truth. Our core challenge lies in recognizing we are not separate from those we are in relationship with – whether parent or child, sibling or friend, teacher, student, intimate partner, or even enemy.
On this special evening Gangaji will guide us in discovering that whatever arises in relationship is an opportunity for deeper self-recognition.