WHAT DOES THE SATORI PROCESS OFFER –
BESIDES A POTENTIAL SATORI EXPERIENCE?
Deep insights into yourself
While the focus of the Satori process is to allow a peak experience, it also provides a microcosmic look at basic life patterns and attitudes. This can be illuminating and deeply clarifying, and the insights can be applied in everyday life to significantly alter your self-awareness.
Exploring who you are will involve looking at the myriad ways your conditioning has affected you and continues to affect all aspects of your life.
You will realize how identified you are with deeply ingrained beliefs, and discover that you can operate from a wholly different perspective.
A place of self-empowerment and responsibility.
A place of presence and self-nurturing, an understanding of who you really are.
Time for “You”
The structure of the process (“The Process”) is designed to create an undisturbed space, allowing you to deeply immerse yourself into the work with your question.
This time is exclusively reserved for you, everyday decisions are taken off you, so you can use the rare opportunity of a space that is held specifically for you to discover and explore…
Detox, Refresh, Reset
The communication exercises at the core of the Satori process can be compared to a mental detox.
Verbalizing everything that arises on being asked your question in front of a present, silent listener is a powerful ingredient of the process.
It allows more and more clarity, literally cleansing the mind.
What remains, is the essential, true Self.
The delicious vegan meals served during the group are prepared with care and love, and along with temporarily giving up caffeine, alcohol and electronic devices, your detoxification is supported on a physical level as well.
The Group Energy
We are social beings, and authentic and honest relating is an essential, vital need.
It is an exquisite and unforgettable experience to spend this week with a wide variety of likeminded people, connecting on a basis of total truth and support.
Sharing who you are, opening up to receive what is shared by others – listening, and being heard in turn – is rare and precious.
And the shared moments of laughter, tears or just silence will remain with you long after the group ends.