Thailand Retreats 2016
A group of like-minded people come together united in their aspiration to deepen into their practice. Each will focus on an aspect of the Infinite Arts that is most dear to them: be it Tai Chi, Meditation, Chi Yoga, Chi Kung. Every one will experience further expansion of consciousness in meditation, reach another level in their Tai Chi form, and some will face challenges. And they all know they just have to be there.
Experiences shared on a long retreat deepen friendships to soul level. You return to a natural state of being – nothing to hide, so no defences to put up. You share laughter, fun and sometimes tears. And utterly trust you are held and supported.
Jason Chan holds a presence that encourages spiritual growth and insightful understanding and his teachings are, literally, inspired.
Spiritual unfoldment doesn’t mean that the physical form is neglected. On the contrary, the exercise, energy work, the climate and the healthy food mean that you return home feeling fitter and more vibrant too.
The weekends are free to do as you please, and this downtime can be spent relaxing, swimming, shopping and taking excursions. Such activities are very grounding! Sometimes though, you may just need some quiet time to assimilate the teachings.
Some practitioners return year after year to Thailand, while for others it may be a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. If you are meant to go, you will.