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Aligning with your Life’s Purpose

12 November, 2014 - 16 November, 2014

| THB6500


Aligning with Your Life’s Purpose:

Learning to stay present with change

12-16 November 2014

New Life Foundation

Chiang Rai, Thailand

 NLF sitting

Transition offers opportunity for growth. Maybe you know something has to give, and yet you don’t quite know how to maneuver the passage. In this 4 day retreat, Kim Roberts will guide us through a simple method of using mindfulness practices to proceed with grace and ease during these passages. You will learn skills to negotiate life transitions whether big or small.


It can be difficult to let go of painful experiences or feelings– not because we like them, but because they are familiar. Taking a step toward letting go of the past can be scary. You don’t know what’s on the other side. You know what you are stepping away from, but there is a moment after stepping, before the next foothold becomes apparent, where you just have to wait and trust that you are exactly where you are meant to be. You are; you may simply need tools to help you learn how to proceed. These tools can profoundly improve your ability to make wise choices, to gracefully navigate your life and relationships, and to find peace of mind even in the midst of change.


The only constant is change.



This retreat will include sitting and walking meditation, gentle yoga asana, periods of silence, group discussion, creative writing exercises and small group interviews.  It is suitable for newcomers and experienced meditators. For more information on the schedule or to make a booking, please click here.


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