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A Friday Evening Dialogue and
Saturday Daylong Retreat
with John and Christiane Prendergast
in Portland, OR
April 12–13, 2019

The heart is neither inside nor outside of the body.
—Ramana Maharshi

water fallWe will explore the multi-dimensional nature of the heart and the ground, which are complementary portals to our true nature. 

As we empty out our limiting self-images and stories and uncover our inherent love, kindness, gratitude, stability and inner authority, the relationship to our conditioned body-mind transforms. Increasingly, the deepest dimensions of our heart and ground support our human vulnerability, allowing for its self-liberation. 

Through silent and guided meditations, subtle body sensing (gentle Kashmiri-inspired yoga), potent dyadic meditative inquiries, talks, and dialogues, we will deepen our felt-sense of intimacy with our true nature.

Please wear loose comfortable clothes for two sessions of yoga on Saturday.

Friday evening dialogue: 
 April 12, 7 – 9 p.m.
Saturday daylong retreat: 
 April 13, 9:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.

407 NE 12th Ave., Portland, Oregon 

Friday: $25
Saturday: $95
Both:  $115

Student discounts and limited scholarships available.

• Diane Steinbrecher at 503-235-2005 or (p0ny with a zero) or
• Geri Stewart at 503-665-8733 or
John Prendergast

John J. Prendergast, Ph.D., is the author of In Touch (2015) and the forthcoming The Deep Heart (2019). He is a retired adjunct professor of psychology at CIIS, and a psychotherapist in private practice. He studied for many years with the European sage Jean Klein as well as with Adyashanti and was invited to share the dharma by Dorothy Hunt. He offers retreats throughout the U.S.
Christiane Prendergast

Originally from France, Christiane Prendergast studied with Advaita master Jean Klein who taught subtle-body yoga learned from Kashmir Shaivism. Essentially, this is a form of somatic inquiry, where the body, rather than the mind, is the primary portal for the experiential investigation of energy and consciousness. Open to people of all fitness levels, the body is explored through gentle movements and postures, with all the sensations welcomed effortlessly in the open space of awareness. 

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