This year’s Garden of Mindfulness theme is based on the myths and masculine and feminine archetypes in “Women who Run with the Wolves” by Clarissa Pinkola Estés. Nurture the wild creative within and enhance your and your family’s wellbeing through play and nature exploration. This retreat is open to all genders.
This universalist meditation retreat on Angels is based on a series of symbolic, ancient mystery teachings, helping people live better, more purposeful lives.
In this afternoon talk, we will learn how to go into deep meditation with archetypal, healing forms of ancient Greek, Roman, Egyptian and Norse gods and goddesses, and Angels. This is a unique opportunity to learn Mysticism and other subjects that warm the heart, from a kind and insightful teacher.
An aspect of the Goddess Artemis could be seen in the High Priestess. Her archetypal feminine energy embodies cool-minded clarity, direction, fearlessness, courage. Artemis is the goddess of the forests and mountainous wildlands. She helps with the ability to protect oneself and provide nourishment.
Mithras is one of the oldest known gods, having been contemplated for over 3,500 years, throughout a multitude of continents, by a number of pre-Christian religions. Many of Mithras’s symbols and rituals were eventually adapted into Christianity.
Welcome to a rich world of archetypes and play. Explore the timeless magic of Pan (Peter Pan/Mr Tunmus) and Artemis (Wonder Woman/Diana) along with lots of fun mindfulness adventures in the magical Wangapeka forest. Fairies and nature sprites apply within.
Have your body, mind and senses nourished in this seven day mindfulness retreat on colour and form. Through referencing the history of art and colour, Mira will weave together mindfulness with meditations on the Tarot. Within each day we will be taken on an archetypal journey of ancient gods and goddesses, helping us integrate the completeness and uniqueness of who we are.
Bringing mindfulness to wisdom, compassion, companionship and courage. This year we will be enjoying mindfulness meditations playfully based on the themes of the Wizard of Oz.
Many of us seeking to experience mindfulness, meditation or enlightenment turn to Eastern spiritual traditions. But what can we inherit from Western spiritual wisdom?
With Western Mysticism, you can explore how early Egyptian, Greek, Roman and Norse civilisations supported their societies to meet their lives with grace and insight. Anyone with a love of classics, art history or even mythologically-themed films will find this subject matter fascinating and uplifting. These symbols and archetypes are very much present and alive in modern day culture.