“The primary aim of this process is to crack open the challenges that mask your true Self and to allow your essential nature to flow and bloom. “
What is Enlightenment Intensive?
Enlightenment intensive is a residential group retreat which takes a total of 5 days. The Intensive process itself is 3 days followed by 2 days of integration and relaxation techniques.
This highly efficient self-discovery process was created by Charles Berner in the
It is the combination of the
Participants are placed in a completely secure environment with no distractions.
The retreat is held in silence with the exception of the Dyads and Sharings. There are 10 to 12 Dyads a day. During the day there are five meals breaks, sessions for movement, rest, walking contemplations and meditation.
Enlightenment, also known as ‘Satori’ or ‘Awakening’, is a direct knowing, the self-realisation of “who you are” and understanding your true purpose.
What is a dyad?
“I have tested this technique and I have compared it to other methods of enlightenment. This technique is about 50-100 times more rapid in producing enlightenment experiences than the classical techniques.”
*It is recommended to refrain from caffeine, tobacco
**Each Enlightenment Intensive date (choose the date in Events) contains a specific Agenda and Schedule. Please, read the file carefully to fully understand the commitment required to participate in this powerful process.
An example of a daily schedule:
Morning (starts circa at 6:15hrs)
About 8 sessions comprising of:
Working and Walking contemplations
Afternoon (starts circa at 13:00hrs)
About 4 sessions comprising of:
Evening (starts circa at 18:00hrs)
About 3-4 sessions comprising of:
*the program finishes max. at 22.30hrs
Integration days. Resting time, Holistic exercise, sharing. A precious time to enjoy the sweet flowing moments.
Meals: breakfast, lunch and dinner + tea and snacks breaks between sessions.
1 session takes approximately 30 – 45 minutes.
The detailed schedule with agenda is available as a downloadable file for each date in Events.