March 2-4th, 2018 ~ Lodging at the Pepper Tree Retreat in Ojai, CA.
So often, when we come together to explore life through the lens of Krishnamurti's teachings, we do so in group dialogue settings. The majority of our programming is centered around this dialogue format, giving groups the opportunity to delve deeply into a topic. Yet there are many who prefer to explore together in other ways.
When we come together and practice yoga, we explore the coordination of movement with breath. We turn our attention more deeply inwards to pay attention to the subtle movements of the body, breath and mind. We listen to Krishnamurti on subjects such as sensitivity, relationship, meditation, intelligence, and transformation. And we sit together to explore these subjects through dialogue.
These programs are not about somehow understanding Krishnamurti more deeply through the practice of yoga. Instead, they are about utilizing the practice to come into the body and begin to pay attention to it. When the body is tuned into, there is a quality of awareness and attentiveness that is brought to inquiry. This kind of attention can bring about a unique sense of openness and connection.
Stay tuned for more information! https://www.kfa.org/coreofteachings.php