A week long immersive retreat
No problem can be solved from the same level of consciousness that created it. Albert Einstein
The aim of this retreat is to attempt to grasp that higher consciousness.
Dates for Online Zoom Retreats
Monday 1st March - Sunday 7th March 2021 From 10.00am - 12noon (UK times) everyday on Zoom. Click here to register. Languages: The retreat is in English with Spanish and Hindi translation available.
Monday 10th May - Sunday 16th May 2021 From 6.00pm - 8.00pm (UK times). Click here to register. Languages: The retreat is in English with Spanish and Hindi translation available.
Ordinarily we don't even know our highest potential, our higher consciousness is shut down. The Sanjeevani retreat is about attempting to grasp this higher consciousness, and therefore reveal our highest potential. That is precisely the purpose of spirituality. We shall also see that spirituality and the higher consciousness is not the treasure of just a few, but is something that should help us all in our everyday lives.
The course is set out in very clear and simple terms, with an emphasis on experience.
Dr. Prashant Kakoday
Prashant, based in Cambridge, has a background in surgery and integrated health. His main interest is in the relationship between the psyche, emotions, behaviour and health. He has spoken on these subjects in many countries and institutions, including the W.H.O. and the Medical Teaching Program in the U.S.A.
An American with a background in software development, Heather moved to Cambridge 20 years ago for work in Silicon Fen. It was here that she came across the Brahma Kumaris and took up a life-long study of Raj Yoga meditation. For more than 15 years, she has been sharing what she's learned through workshops and classes both here and abroad.
Sarah, originally from Cambridge, UK, worked for 8 years as a design consultant in London. She became interested in spirituality in 2009 when she took up language teaching in South East Asia. She came across the Brahma Kumaris whilst in Cambodia and since then has returned to Cambridge to continue her career in teaching and to deepen her understanding of Raja Yoga.