Adventures of the Spirit
For those seeking authentic connection with spiritual cultures and traditions
“We human beings are at our best not when we are engaged in abstract solitary reflection or on our individual transformation for its own sake but when we are engaged together in the act of transforming the world.
The act of idea-generation through authentic thinking and the sustained engagement in the conversation of humankind, if conducted in the context of pursuit of truth, beauty, and goodness, will lead to powerful moral action that will engender a New World.
To engage in such moral action and to become a co-creator of a New World is to become a world-weaver in the act of weaving the world and a history-maker in the act of making history”. – Yasuhiko Genku Kimura
Spiti Valley India
I took part in the monk for a month.program in India 2015. This journey was beyond anything i imagined it to be. For a whole month you are led to some of the worlds most energetic places and cross paths with wise learned Buddhists for an.exchange of.culture and philosophy. Whether you are looking for a religious or spiritual or merely just a unique cultural.experience this program gives it all. Personally this program changed my life in so many ways i cant believe it. From the wonderful host to the amazing home stays, it is a personal journey within a shared community experience.
Small group sizes ensures deep and authentic experience of local culture without negatively impacting host communities and cultures.
Facilitated groups helping you connect with others and expand your understanding in the context of spirituality and growth.
Local tour operators and guides ensures intimate knowledge of landscape, history, culture and customs
Immersion into local culture, partake in teachings and practices and develop an experiential understanding of culture and tradition.
Experience Spiritual Traditions
Immersion into the teachings and practices of spiritual traditions in order to gain deep understanding and benefits for personal and spiritual growth.
Engage in dialogue with group to deeply consider teachings and practices of spiritual tradition.
Have the opportunity to learn from teachers who have grown up in spiritual tradition and devoted their lives to living deeply within the tradition.
Discover the diversity of spiritual traditions and how they live in different parts of the world.
Take the time to deeply engage in personal and spiritual learning and growth in order to live happier and more meaningful lives.
Deep cultural exchange between host culture and your own culture. What are our shared learnings and practices, how are we connected even when a common language is not present.
Engage deeply with fellow group members as you look out for one another, inspire one another and connect with one another, thereby learning more about yourself and others in the process.
Devotion frees, or so they say! Since childhood this statement has continued to churn in my mind and heart in a typical eastern mystical way and has raised much skepticism and some faith. So when Ben, a dear friend from Australia talked about setting up a “India...