Come and spend a week in nature with us on the beautiful grounds of Bonnevaux.
Category: Bonnevaux Retreat
As we wait for the coming of Christmas, we realize that change and transformation take time. This retreat will teach us how to patiently wait for change and to know when the time is right for change.
This retreat at the example and teaching of those who combine a profound contemplative practice with active involvement in the service of the vulnerable.
This retreat gently and silently leads us into the experience of metanoia, a deep and lasting conversion of heart that arises out of the practice of meditation and learning to be at ease with silence.
The retreat offers balanced movement from prayer to work, from intellectual stimulation to silence—and back again.
This retreat offers the maps and the practices from the Christian, Hindu and Buddhist traditions which will demonstrate to the participants how much sacred power and illumination they always have at their disposal.
The mysteries of Holy Week allow us to enter into an ancient process of storytelling, ritual, and meaning-making. By sharing in the passion and death of Jesus, we also share in his resurrection, allowing our minds and hearts to be remade.
Learning how to embrace life’s changes is the art of maturity. This retreat will explore how younger people can learn to grow with change, transforming ourselves and the world in the process.
This retreat is an opportunity to contemplate what it means to rejoice always, living, working, leading and loving from a renewing and refreshing place—risking delight.
Intimate God is to come face to face with our true humanity: since we have been created in the image and likeness of God, to find this image in ourselves, to cultivate this likeness in ourselves, is to discover who we really are, while at the same time discovering who He is.