9-day Retreat - Scholarship/WVR

Friday, March 12 2021 11:00 AM - Saturday, March 20 2021 2:00 PM [PST]

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9-day Retreat Full Program - WVR/Scholarship Partial Approval - $500.00

This ticket is for the full online version of the event. Three meditation per day and talks, small groups.

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9-day Retreat Full Program - WVR/Scholarship Deposit Partial Approval - $200.00

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Friday, March 12 2021 11:00 AM - Saturday, March 20 2021 2:00 PM [PST]

Join Sat Shree and New Dharma for a 9-day retreat. What is a 9-day retreat about? It is a quest for the Truth of ‘what’ we are. We are in essence the SAT, the “truth” of our being. It is the eternal reality that lives us. The SAT is both individual and universal.  With daily meditations and satsangs,  this retreat is organized not only to manifest the SAT but also to give you time to explore how you can bring what you discover into your life. This is the intention and the purpose of this retreat.

Cancellation policy

Cancellation fee is $50 one week prior to the first day of the 4 day retreat. No refunds for cancellations on or after the first day of the retreat. Registration is not transferable to another event or person. Any deposits are not refundable.

New Dharma is a nonprofit organization founded in 2009 to support the teachings of Sat Shree. New Dharma’s purpose is to inspire mankind to embrace a new consciousness through actively living universal spiritual principles in everyday life.

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What happens when a successful architect and community activist in 1998, in a moment of despondency and alienation, collapses onto his drafting table—and wakes up hours later with Ecstatic energy coursing through every cell in his body? Because an awakening is only the beginning of the spiritual journey, not the end. And when, as in Sat Shree’s case, there had been no preparation, no spiritual questing or even desire for a more spiritual life, this kind of rude, “kundalini” awakening can be easily mistaken for enlightenment. Somehow he knew it was a temporary state and therefore not the final answer. And so his journey began, leading away from his middle class life in Nevada, to a meeting with a teacher far ahead of him on the path, to years in an ashram in India, through increasingly ecstatic—and equally challenging —meditative experiences, through four distinct stages of enlightenment, and back to the United States. He is now the spiritual director and co-founder along with his wife, Satyamayi, of the New Dharma community in Nevada, where the force that is at work within him is shifting the reality of people that are drawn to it. Sat Shree’s mission is to manifest a new spiritual culture that is in alignment with universal spiritual principles, and by doing so inspire mankind to create a sustainable future.


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