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Retreats

    • 10/25/2017
    • 6:00 PM (PDT)
    • 10/29/2017
    • 1:00 PM (PDT)
    • St Andrew's House, Union, WA
    • 1
    Registration is closed


    The Shape of a Céile Dé Teaching
    Retreat

    This retreat will be a little different than previous teaching retreats: Oíde Sue Mosher will be joining us again at St Andrews to review material that our committee has selected.

    Céile Dé annual residential teaching retreats are intensive, deliberately so, in order to create conditions that people are generally unable to manifest by themselves at home and in their everyday lives. This also gives people who are following the tradition an opportunity to receive sufficient material to work with until their next annual teaching retreat...

    • Days begin with meditation before breakfast.
    • Generally there are two sessions of around one hour's duration every morning, with a break between for silent reflection. Afternoons are a similar shape, but there is more time available to spend in quite reflection, either in Nature or indoors, as you wish.
    • There is another meditation, or some other spiritual practice, before dinner.
    • There is usually some free time after dinner - but optional events are available, giving retreatants the choice to rest a little - or stay intense!
    • Every day ends with a meditation around 9 pm, after which we go straight to bed and hope for rich dreams after a day filled with soul nourishment.
    We aim to hold silence at all times outside of sessions. 
    Our annual gathering is a ‘Teaching Retreat’, because it is residential, the teaching sessions are supported by frequent contemplative practices, and because a peaceful silence is held at all times between teaching sessions in order to aid absorption of the powerful energies transmitted during teachings and practices. You can read more about the culture of silence at our teaching retreats HERE.

    St Andrew's House Retreat Center

    For more information about St Andrew's House including directions, accommodations, meals, dietary needs, and FAQ, please click http://www.saintandrewshouse.org/resources/where.htm


    Ongoing Community 

    Newcomers will have the opportunity to consider further, ongoing teachings and practices within groups in both WA and OR, that will offer a powerful container for those who seek a path that invites commitment and openness to real inner change.


    Registration & Payment Information

    By mail: 
    1) Register here online, but do not follow the link to pay online. You will receive an invoice by email. 

    2) Print out the invoice and mail it with your $100 deposit by May 1st, 2017 to: Tony Mounts, 4830 NE 11th Ave, Portland, OR 97211. 



    Please make checks out to "NW Termonn". Be sure to write "2017 Teaching Retreat" in the memo line of your check. 

    3) Your deposit and any other payments will be applied to your invoice.

    4) Your balance is due by August 25th and can be paid by mail or online.

     

    Online: 

    Now, you can also register and pay the total amount using a credit or debit card via PayPal (sorry, you cannot make partial payments via PayPal at this time). Complete your registration online and then continue by clicking the PAY button.


    Scholarships
    Scholarships for retreat registration costs (but not for travel expenses) are available as Termonn Trust funds allow. Be sure to pay your deposit by mail before June 1st and follow the instructions on the Scholarships page on this website. 

    Donations to Termonn Trust
    If you can afford it, please consider donating to the Termonn Trust to help others in need attend this teaching retreat. 


    More Information
    For more information about the retreat, email Dierdre: nwtermonn@gmail.com.

    • 02/02/2018
    • 5:00 PM
    • 02/04/2018
    • 1:00 PM
    • Stone Church Center, Bellows Falls, VT
    • 11

    The New York Hudson Valley and Vermont Ceile De groups are holding their 2018 Bridget's Festival Retreat at Immanuel Retreat Center in Bellows Falls, Vermont. If you are a member of the Caim, you are invited to join us!

    For the past three years, we have enjoyed great food and fellowship, told the story of Bridget around the circle, made Bridget Crosses, and prepared and experienced the Bridget ceremony in the Chapel at Immanuel Episcopal Church.

    We will enjoy the hospitality of Stone Church Center which is on almost seven acres of land on a hill above the main square of the village. The property includes the granite, gothic Immanuel Episcopal Church, the Retreat House for residential guests built in the early 1800's, and conference rooms in Currier Hall.


    Accommodations and Travel: The Retreat House sleeps up to 10 people and three to four more can stay in Currier Hall. If you wish to stay at a local Bed and Breakfast, please choose the commuter option. The retreat center has negotiated special prices at a local B&B:  The Harvest Barn Inn ($10 less than the going rate per night). Ask for the "Stone Church Arts rate".

    For directions and travel information, click HERE.

    Payment by mail:

    1. Register here online, but do not follow the link for online payment. You will receive an invoice by email.

    2. Print out the invoice and mail it with your check to:

      Termonn - East Coast Chapter
      c/o Melinda Gardiner
      5 Dawson Road
      Hillsdale, NY  12529

      Make the check payable to Termonn - East Coast Chapter. Be sure to write "2016 Bridget Retreat" in the memo line of your check. 

    3. A deposit and any other payments will be applied to your invoice.

    4. Your balance is due by January 22 and can be paid by mail or online. 

    Payment online: You can register and pay the total amount using a credit or debit card through PayPal. (Sorry, but we can accept only full payments via PayPal.) Complete your registration online, and then continue by clicking the PAY button.

    Cancellation Policy: Cancellations received before January 1st will receive refunds of the amount paid. No refund will be made for cancellations after January 1st. 

    Scholarships: Scholarships for retreat registration costs (but not for travel expenses) are available as Termonn Trust funds allow. Be sure to register before January 1 and follow the instructions on the Scholarships page on this website. 

    If you can afford it, please consider donating to the Termonn Trust to help others in need attend retreats. 

    • 09/26/2018
    • 4:00 PM (EDT)
    • 09/30/2018
    • 1:00 PM (EDT)
    • Avila Retreat Center, Durham, NC
    • 34


    The Shape of a Céile Dé Teaching Retreat
    Céile Dé annual residential teaching retreats are intensive, deliberately so, in order to create conditions that people are generally unable to manifest by themselves at home and in their everyday lives. This also gives people who are following the tradition an opportunity to receive sufficient material to work with until their next annual teaching retreat...

    • Days begin with meditation before breakfast.
    • Generally there are two sessions of around one hour's duration every morning, with a break between for silent reflection. Afternoons are a similar shape, but there is more time available to spend in quite reflection, either in Nature or indoors, as you wish.
    • There is another meditation, or some other spiritual practice, before dinner.
    • There is usually some free time after dinner - but optional events are available, giving retreatants the choice to rest a little - or stay intense!
    • Every day ends with a meditation around 9 pm, after which we go straight to bed and hope for rich dreams after a day filled with soul nourishment.

    We aim to hold silence at all times outside of sessions. 
    Our annual gathering is a ‘Teaching Retreat’, because it is residential, the teaching sessions are supported by frequent contemplative practices, and because a peaceful silence is held at all times between teaching sessions in order to aid absorption of the powerful energies transmitted during teachings and practices. You can read more about the culture of silence at our teaching retreats HERE.

    Avila Retreat Center: Avila Retreat Center, 711 Mason Road, Durham, NC 27712, is a non-profit, religious, ecumenical retreat center sponsored by the Catholic Diocese of Raleigh, North Carolina. For more information about Avila Retreat Center, please visit http://avila-retreat-center.com/.

    Ongoing Community: Newcomers will have the opportunity to consider further, ongoing teachings and practices within local or online groups that offer a powerful container for those who seek a path that invites commitment and openness to real inner change.

    Registration & Payment Information

    By mail: 
    1. Register here online, but do not follow the link to pay online. You will receive an invoice by email. 
    2. Print out the invoice and mail it with your $100 deposit by May 1st, 2018 to: Melinda Gardiner, 5 Dawson Rd., Hillsdale, NY 12529Please make checks out to "Termonn EC Chapter". Be sure to write "2018 Teaching Retreat" in the memo line of your check. 
    3. Your deposit and any other payments will be applied to your invoice.
    4. Your balance is due by August 25th and can be paid by mail or online.

    Online: You can also register and click the "Pay Online" button to pay the total amount using a credit or debit card via PayPal (sorry, you cannot make partial payments via PayPal at this time). 


    Scholarships: Scholarships for retreat registration costs (but not for travel expenses) are available as Termonn Trust funds allow. Be sure to pay your deposit by mail before June 1st and follow the instructions on the Scholarships page on this website. 

    Donations to Termonn Trust
    If you can afford it, please consider donating to the Termonn Trust to help others in need attend this teaching retreat. 

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