“I want to see you. Know your voice. Recognize you when you first come ’round the corner. Sense your scent when I come into a room you’ve just left. Know the lift of your heel, the glide of your foot. Become familiar with the way you purse your lips then let them part, just the slightest bit, when I lean in to your space and kiss you.
I want to know the joy of how you whisper “more”
– Mawlana Jalal-al-Din Rumi
Yoga and Meditation
Connection to Nature
Breath and mental calm
Prayer and intention
Preparation for the Quest
Tales, Music and Songs
The path in service of life
∞ IN THE PROGRAM ∞
Connecting together, in the middle of nature in love, courage and trust.
Create space in itself for the Vision Quest.
Take responsibility for his way on Earth.
Enter the present moment.
Coming back to the group, integration and sharing.
Create a community of support and allies.
Move forward with the messages of Nature in the service of Life.
Arrive on Sunday evening from 17h (max 18h30)
Opening of the Immersion circle at 8 pm
Start of the Quest Tuesday morning
End of the Saturday morning quest
Closing of the circle Sunday at 14h
What to bring:
> Your prayer rope for the Quest.
> A bowl, a cup, your utensils.
> Tent, warm blanket, mattress, sleeping bag and pillow.
> Warm clothing and clothing for rain. Bath costume and towel.
> Pencils and notebook.
> An important and significant object for you in connection with this Quest of Vision.
Z Drum, djembe, flute, musical instruments, if you wish.
* 3 vegetarian meals per day (excluding quest days)
* Camping on site
Write in your message your name, the part (s) of the Immersions you want to participate in and the names of the people if you are more than one. Make sure you have read the information on the part of the Immersion in which you come to participate! We will contact you for details. Do not hesitate to write to us if you have questions. In the joy of connecting with you!
∞ THE EXPERIENCE ∞
Spirit is all that is, has always been and will be to infinity. He-She is the thought of all things, which existed in nothingness before creation, before the great separation. The Spirit is in the center and everywhere at once. It can not be named because it existed before the word, before the light, before the matter.
The Spirit is there, near us, before and since our birth and we can feel it. However, with the time and conditioning of a society sometimes disconnecting, the mind may seem far away, or even nonexistent. It may happen that we are lost without knowing where we are wandering. But still, the call is there. He blows softly like a dream forgotten in the ear of the one who carries in his heart the desire to find his way.
The song of the Spirit comes to us. He beseeches us, like the song of the sirens, to come and meet him, alone in nature at the mercy of the elements of creation. Then there comes a time when fear is no longer strong enough to prevent us from answering his call. A time when the chains of the world of illusion are no longer solid enough to hold us back because we realize that the union with the Spirit, the Divine is the end of the great separation, the end of suffering, the return at home.
The Spirit calls us to this quest, this quest for mink where we go alone, in the heart of nature for four days and four nights, in fasting, to pray, connect and receive.
This step requires first a process of taming the inner and outer nature of our universe. A preparation on the way to this quest. It’s a commitment to oneself and all our relationships. A commitment to integrate, implement and share the lessons learned for the rest of our adventure here.