The 6 Senses Retreat is a personal development retreat and spiritual retreat where we use mindfulness meditation to engage and focus the conscious mind so that we can more fully explore our unconscious modes of operating. If you’re seeking spiritual retreats, our 6 Senses Retreat is an extraordinary way to connect to Self – our true Self – and access Unity Conciousness. They are awe-inspiring experiences that many have called life changing.
Similar to a yoga retreat or a health retreat the 6 Senses Retreat offers a powerful experience which invites you to question what you believed to be true unconsciously. Unlike other retreats, we also consciously explore the stories we tell ourselves in group coaching morning and night, remaining in silence the rest of the time.
25-29 October 2018
Rates include Self-awareness program facilitation, retreat accommodation (twin share), wholesome food, yoga/tai chi, meditation, massage, airport transfers, and GST.
Standard rate: $2650 AUD
Current Coaching Clients rate:$1650 AUD
Couples rate: $3650 AUD
Flights arranged at additional cost, though we can negotiate special group deals through our travel agent.
We live in such a busy world – with the constant call away from Self and others and towards tasks, results, pressures, demands and technology. We’re so busy doing, we forget about being.
We live in a paradigm of Right and Wrong – Success and Failure – Positive vs Negative a constant judgment of everything. This creates constant critical noise in our minds. We worry about how others might be perceiving us – what catastrophe will befall us if we fail. We are surrounded in an energy of fear – fear of failure or rejection.
We have been taught incorrectly to rely solely upon logic – our conscious processing only. It leads us to seek information ‘out there’ – to trust what the expert says – to think, think, think our way through problems. We are constantly being told how we should think and be and live. We are not encouraged to go inside and check what it is we know at a deep intuitive level. This is not only a mistake, it’s a trap. Our conscious intellect is just the tip of the iceberg. All this undermines our ability to know our self, to trust our self and creates self-doubt, leading to even more internal cognitive chatter.
How are we meant to truly meet our self or another with all this going on? How can we quiet our minds and return to operating in the world in the way we are designed, as sensory beings? And what happens if we don’t? While we are busy doing, getting and having –‘achieving’, our precious life speeds by and we have missed the most important things… to BE me – to LIVE life – to CONNECT with others.
We are sensory beings. Our brain is designed (or has evolved) to process sensory input from our eyes, ears, body, nose and mouth – our five senses. But there is something more – a sixth sense it has been called. This is a sense that we don’t have conscious access to, but none the less we experience it. That gut feeling about someone or something that we can’t rationally or logically explain, but it is there, isn’t it?
If we really want to be living, we have to and can return to using all of our senses through mindfulness, awareness and centering activities and practicing these regularly to become masterful.
The 6 Senses Retreat simply offers a structured environment, teachings and activities that allow you to get in touch with yourself and others without the dependency on language as the vehicle. Rather than focusing on our own perspective, we are encouraged to connect through noticing the acts of others and by being present in observing through ALL our senses.
Staying open and connected is not as complicated as we often make it. It’s about doing the simple things that nourish and strengthen our mind and body, having practices that support us in returning our awareness to what is really present and learning to respond, rather than react without thinking. Simple, yet profound.
Many people believe that we’re thinking beings that occasionally feel but the reality is we’re feeling beings that occasionally think. Life becomes much simpler and more enjoyable when we learn the language of the unconscious and understand what our emotions are communicating to us. Enter your email address below and we’ll send you the episode on Understanding Your Emotions.