Retreats

Prices
  • Camping – $238.00
  • Contentment - 2 bedroom apt. w/ living & dining room, kitchen and bath – $608.00
  • Day guest (no lodging, includes meals) – $178.00
  • Deluxe Queen (w/private bath) – $538.00
  • Economy Twin (Private) – $298.00
  • Economy Twin (Shared) – $248.00
  • Pet-Friendly Room – $408.00
  • Premium Queen – $408.00
  • Standard Twin (Private) – $368.00
  • Standard Twin (Shared) – $308.00
  • Women's Private Room – $348.00
  • (All prices include $108 base amount)

All prices include tuition and 3 delicious vegetarian meals daily (a $35 value if purchased separately).

Accommodations: Choose "Register Now" to confirm availability and pricing for guest rooms and meals.

Introduction to the Uddhava Gita

With Peter Copley and Pooja Copley

June 29 - July 1, 2018

The Uddhava Gita is Krishna’s final teaching before leaving his body. Just as the Bhagavad Gita is part of the larger teaching known as the Mahabharata, the Uddhava Gita is part of the larger teaching known as the Bhagavata Purana. The conversation is between Krishna and his cousin Uddhava, one of his foremost devotees. The Bhagavad Gita takes place on the battlefield just before the great war that ushers in the end of an age. The Uddhava Gita takes place in a palace in Dvaraka where the gods, demigods and angels have assembled to pay homage to Krishna before he leaves the world. Many say that the Uddhava Gita picks up where the Bhagavad Gita left off. This penultimate teaching of Krishna is inspirational and life transforming.

Teachers

Peter Copley
Peter Copley is an Certified Ananda Meditation and Yoga Teacher. He went to Edger Cayce’s Ashram as a teen ager and ever since was interested in Meditation. He studied for his Masters of Divinity in METHESCO and served as an assistant minister at First United Methodist Church in Lancaster Ohio. He…
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Pooja Copley
Pooja Copley grew up in Calcutta India. She did her Bachelors Degree in Physics and Masters in Management from University of Calcutta India. She felt insecure and disappointed by the temporary nature of career, relationships and human feelings. She started an active meditation practice in 2005 and went to Sarada…
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