I’m delighted to announce and welcome Martin Wells to the botanic gardens to lead us in a nonduality retreat.
Martin, who resides in England, will be facilitating this retreat on Saturday, August 3, 2019 from 10am to 2pm at the residence at Juniper Level Botanic Garden. Our monthly satsang gathering will follow from 2:30 – 4pm.
Martin’s talk will be delivered within several segments including contemplation, meditation, and discussion. There will also be a silent walk through our botanic gardens.
Register early as seating is limited to 15 attendees. Seats may be reserved now for this gathering with a $50 payment per attendee. July 1, the price increases to $65.
Our customer services staff at Plant Delights Nursery/Juniper Level Botanic Garden will assist you with your registration anytime Monday – Friday – between the hours of 8am and 5pm by calling 919-772-4794.
- If you want to attend but cost is a factor, please be in touch with me about a scholarship.
- Please bring a healthy gluten-free snack to share.
- Regular coffee, water, hot water for tea, fruit, and assorted nuts will be provided.
Martin Wells is a teaching and supervising transactional analyst who has being studying meditation for over 30 years. He works mostly in the NHS in the UK, as a consultant psychotherapist, where he integrates non-dual teachings with psychotherapy. He is the founder of TA ~ Spiritual and has run retreats in Scotland, India and Spain.
Martin’s approach to non-dual understanding and practice involves teachings and contemplation designed to strip away the illusion of who we imagine ourselves to be, revealing our true nature. These teachings and the simple ongoing practice of mindful awareness inevitably led to the realization of the source of our being. Martin teaches nondual mindfulness to patients and staff in the NHS and practices and supervises psychotherapy from this perspective.
Martin also has written a book about nonduality which will soon be released. Read a selection of Martin’s writings here.
“The clarity of conscious being is never dulled but often obscured by the conditioned mind. There is nothing to be done. Simply to open to the clear flow of the stream with grace and gratitude.” Martin Wells