Tuning to the Infinite

July 31st – August 2nd 2020
Young Adults Retreat with Deepa Gulrukh Patel & Jacob Ellenberg

 
This year, we journey into retreat, a time-honed process of mystical transformation.
 
Ultimately, the retreat is about accelerating the evolution of our being, humanity, the planet, and the cosmos. The retreat process has come down to us through the ages as a synthesis of spiritual traditions and practices. Working with core elements of our experience–sound, music, breath, movement and concentration–the retreat orchestrates conditions suitable for shedding our past, deepening our present, and infusing our futures with grandeur of who we really are. Our souls long for a truth and experience beyond what the everyday world tends to offer, and the retreat is an illuminating method for approaching that hallowed ground.
 
We look forward to our journey together.
 
 

Schedule (Central European Time):

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July 31st

3.00pm – 4.15pm CET: Session 1

4.45pm – 6.00pm CET: Session 2

8.00pm – 9.30pm CET: Evening programme

August 1st

3.00pm – 4.15pm CET: Session 1

4.45pm – 6.00pm CET: Session 2

8.00pm – 9.30pm CET: Evening programme

August 2nd

3.00pm – 4.15pm CET: Session 1

4.45pm – 6.00pm CET: Session 2

8.00pm – 9.30pm Universal Worship

To make the workshops as accessible as possible, we offer three different price ranges. Once you select the ticket, you’ll then have to fill out your personal information and proceed to payment, where you can choose between Credit Card, Paypal and bank transfer. We will send the Zoom links in a separate mail before the seminar starts.

Deepa Gulrukh Patel

Deepa Gulrukh Patel is a campaigner and facilitator with a special interest in the arts, interdisciplinary collaboration, contemplation, diversity, and equality: working with organisations like the BBC, ActionAid and the Arts Council of England. Deepa has been a student of the inner life since her teens and is the director of Zenith Camp. She is also currently working with the Helen Storey Foundation on a variety of projects with Syrian refugees in Jordan at the Zaatari Refugee camp. Volunteering is important part of her life; in the UK she is Chair of Tamasha Theatre Company and The Loss Foundation, a charity that supports people bereaved by cancer. In the USA she is an advisor to the New Monastic Foundation.

Jacob Ellenberg

Jacob Ellenberg has been a student of Sufism for 20 years. He has 15 years’ experience in founding start-ups and working with them and Fortune 250 companies in the fields of organizational strategy, video production, marketing, and storytelling. Jacob holds a BA from New York University in Mysticism and Organizational Behaviour