There’s A Reason You Can Learn From Everything: You Have Basic Wisdom, Basic Intelligence, And Basic Goodness
– Pema Chodron
In our aspirations of becoming fully human, we find ourselves always changing, always growing. And if we’re blessed, at certain times in our journey we find ourselves faced with opportunities for transformation, of moving ourselves in mind, heart and soul toward greater and lasting levels of inner peace, meaning, purpose and joy.
The Warrior Monk training has been refined and practiced for more than 20 years, in more than 100 retreats, with the intention of supporting men and women who find themselves ready for this kind of fundamental shift in relationship to their self, others and the world. This is our purpose, and our commitment.
Warrior Monk is a truly experiential and integrative retreat.
Participants join staff in co-creating a safe, connected and powerful container, where we experientially incorporate old and newly created practices of the world’s wisdom traditions—East and West, ancient and modern, spiritual and psychological.
Over four days and nights we weave together teaching, mindfulness, process work, movement, play, and heartfelt and supportive sharing to create a cauldron for each individual’s desired development.
We’ve created a deep immersion experience that participants consistently and paradoxically describe as timeless and restorative, yet intense and stirring. There is quiet and tender peacefulness, contrasted at times with raucous joy and fun. The emotional rhythm is one of ecstasy to sobriety and back again – mirroring this human experience of being fully alive.
In a grounded and loving collaboration, we end up creating an elegant, connected and powerful experience that provides the energy, support and grace needed to provide deep and lasting growth. Together, we make practical the work of evolving individual authenticity, compassion and spirituality.
TRANSFORM HOW YOU ENGAGE LIFE
Become truly present and learn how you create and sustain your ongoing reality and judgements, distractions, and doubt.