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Fall Session of Yearlong


  • Mojave National Preserve (map)

The threshold of the year is an nine-day journey in the fall, which centers on a three-day solo immersion in beautifully bio-diverse Mojave National Preserve. Historically, the wilderness has been a place for initiating humans into their authentic being. Leaving our everyday context and immersing ourselves in the rhythms and cycles of the natural world draws us beyond the confines of our usual definitions. It is then that we stand at the doorway of our deepest identity – that which is vast, ever changing and intimately connected with all Life. Through a four-day fast (which can include anything from fasting with only water to lightly eating for those with health concerns), we go with open hearts and only the necessary gear to discover what is most essential. Visit the Yearlong Journey page for more information.

Earlier Event: September 9
Living Resiliency Workshop
Later Event: January 17
Winter Session of Yearlong