Naikan Retreat: April 7-14, 2018

Photo by Linda Anderson Krech

 

Most of us live our entire lives without taking time to reflect on how we are living.

The busyness of our lives is so compelling and ongoing.  We are filled with plans, dreams and projects which keep us engaged and in motion.  All of that activity keeps our lives vibrant and interesting.

But how do we find the time and space for quiet self-reflection, if we want to want to look deeply at how we are living?   How do we press the pause button, so to speak, and reflect clearly on our lives?

A Naikan Retreat provides a rare opportunity, over the course of seven days, to examine your own unique life, using three simple questions as your guide. We will provide you with a quiet space, healthy meals, and a gentle presence as you take a guided tour through your life, discovering important truths you may have forgotten about or never noticed along the way.

What you discover, through this deep personal reflection, may inform and inspire the rest of your time on earth.  Give yourself the gift of time to explore this practice of self-reflection.

The retreat will be conducted by Gregg Krech, author of numerous books including Naikan: Gratitude, Grace & the Japanese Art of Self-Reflection and Question Your Life:  Naikan Self-Reflection and the Transformation of Our Stories.  Gregg has been conducting Naikan Retreats throughout North America for the past 20 years, as well as Certification Programs in Japanese Psychology at the ToDo Institute.

Space is limited.  Register early.

CLICK HERE for more information or to register.

Thank you!