Three-Day Retreat with Stew Glick (Fully booked, only tent platforms available)
April 28 - May 1
Long-time Center friends will have warm memories of Stew from his many years on staff. As one of the people Toni Packer asked to help carry on the mediative work, in past years he met with people and held retreat in Springwater. He now returns for this springtime weekend retreat.
Some words from Stew give some flavor of his approach:
“An important ingredient in meditative inquiry is this act of open listening. Listening, wondering and not knowing: this can all happen alone or together with like-minded people. Looking together with others has the opportunity wherein someone might point something out that we haven’t noticed or seen before. In the spirit of something Nisargadatta – an Indian teacher – once said, in an instance such as this . . .’What does it matter, who is who?!” What matters most is the looking itself – in which there is truly no ‘me’ and no ‘you’. Can we meet together in that spirit?”
Stew lives in Rochester, NY where he and his wife Lisa Schwartz meet with interested people at their home.