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Nomad Retreat

A nomadic exploration of the Dragoon Mountains, AZ

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Dharma Treasure Retreat Center at Cochise Stronghold 2126 W. Windancer Trail Cochise, AZ 85606

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About this event

  • 8 days 19 hours
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Mar 10- 19

"Of wisdom purified surmounting both past and the future, gone beyond time, and in every way free from sense-bases, such a one rightly would wander in the world.”

SNP 2.13

People have been wandering the earth for thousands of years, often in groups, relying on each other for protection, support and belonging. This retreat is designed to reconnect people to the primal activity of moving through a landscape with a group of fellow travelers. For more experienced meditators, this retreat will provide an opportunity to explore the origins of meditation and to reexamine what it means to retreat. For those new to meditation, this retreat offers the opportunity to discover meditation in the natural environment as it was first conceived. All participants will have the opportunity to deepen their connection with the natural world and to gain a renewed perspective of oneself and place in society.

Spend a week under an open sky, supported by stunning rock formations, bright stars, and dharma friends. Together we will listen to the landscape, breath, cook, and practice as we traverse this sacred land.

Reach out to Henrik for more info


This is a retreat for meditators that have some experience with meditation, are comfortable with nature, and are in moderate to good physical shape. The environment can be challenging, cacti, mountain lions, rattlesnakes and scorpions are in the area, but usually not a problem.

You are expected to practice eight precepts.

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Henrik A. Norberg has meditated in the mountains of Sri Lanka, the jungle of Thailand, and led forest monks on Tudong in the Mountains of Norway. He is a cave yogi, wanderer and mind explorer interested in early Buddhism and samadhi practices , and is a certified TMI/ Mind Illuminated instructor.

Henrik will be guiding for free but does appreciate dana and support in the form of gifts or gift cards for things like shoes, clothing, food, and other practical goods.

Henrik currently dwells at

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The retreat is only open for 8 yogis, with a minimum enrollment of 4.


We would encourage a $600 - $1000 donation to cover costs like food, equipment and a basic camping fee for staying and using the fascileties at Dharma Treasure. The guides are not paid, and are aprciating any gifts that makes it possible for them to support this retreat.

If you need transportation to and from the Tucson airport, there is a $200 roundtrip fee, which can be shared with other retreatants. Payment and arrangements must be made directly through Dharma Treasure, and are not included in retreat registration.

You will need to bring your own tent and sleeping bag. A limited number may be available from Dharma Treasure if needed - contact to make arrangements.

This is a private trip, with no commercial outfit running the trip or profiting from it. Any surplus from the trip balance will be donated to Dharma Treasure Retreat Center.

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