Springtime is a time of growth, new beginnings. Nature around us stretches and reawakens from the stillness and incubation of the winter months. As we look forward to this period of emergence, there’s also a stirring in the Heart that pulls us to focus our inner eye on a mystery we can’t see but we can somehow know.
This weekend, we will take this opportunity to go deep and re-discover an intimacy with our own relationship with Spirit. Amy Edelstein & Jeff Carreira will expertly lead you through periods of practice, contemplation, meditation, and inquiry groups, so you can pursue the whisper of Being, opening again to that source that is infinitely refreshing.
In this kind of retreat, you’ll truly experience renewal. Buoyed by community and shared intention, and nourished in the beautiful and historic Quaker grounds of the Pendle Hill Retreat Center, you will be able to let go and explore the spiritual side of life. This retreat with Jeff and Amy promises to inspire you and support you to emerge newly committed to living more freely, confidently, and profoundly from your deepest insights and aspirations.
APRIL 15, 8 AM - APRIL 16, 3PM
The retreat begins Saturday, at 8 AM Registration, 9 AM Session begins and ends Sunday at 3PM.
Sunday there will be early morning meditation before breakfast for those who would like, then the first session of the day will begin after breakfast at 9:00 AM.
RESIDENTIAL & COMMUTER OPTIONS
Pendle Hill offers simple and cozy accommodations in single and double rooms. If you would like to stay on campus and take advantage of the serene environment, please choose your accommodation option when you register. When you stay on campus, breakfast is included in your retreat fees.
You can also attend as a commuter. You will need to arrange your own transportation from the city to the retreat center for all sessions. All retreatants, including commuters, will be provided lunches and dinners on campus.
Please register early, space is limited!
MORE ABOUT PENDLE HILL: www.pendlehill.org
The Pendle Hill campus is easily accessible by public transportation from Philadelphia terminals.
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