We are currently basking in the aftermath of our fifth Here and Now Meditation Retreat.
It’s hard to find the words to accurately convey how it was, what our guests got from it, and how we are feeling now.
To say the least, it was phenomenal.
We were completely inspired by the courage and vulnerability of each participant.
We know how much it takes to press the pause button on our lives, to step away from all of our commitments, responsibilities, and routines and to go to work on ourselves.
To do a ‘life audit’ so to speak on where we have been, where we are at, and where we are going.
To have the courage to admit where things aren’t working as well as we would like them to and the commitment to make a change in order to ensure that they work better in the near future.
And above all, to do it NOW.
Because let’s face it, it’s easier to continue to complain and blame our circumstances than it is to actually take matters into our own hands and walk the path to uncover our true potential.
Our retreats are by far the favourite times of our year.
There is nothing like being completely engaged in the here and now, immersed in nature, surrounded by incredible human beings, completely at service to our guests.
Above all, there is nothing that beats being profoundly connected to our existential purpose for three days straight.
The result of which is a feeling of sheer contentment, utter fulfilment, and aliveness.
Existential purpose is a concept which we explore during our retreats.
It is something that brings an ultimate sense of meaning to our lives.
Our own ‘why’ so to speak.
It’s like the subtle frequency pulsating behind all that we do.
Kevin’s purpose is “to alleviate self-imposed suffering and raise the bar of love and affinity in the world”, and mine is to “empower people to be inspired by their own true greatness and freed up to share it with the world”.
Being aware of our purpose and connected to it on a daily basis brings a new layer of richness to our lives.
This is what life’s truly about!
How do you find your existential purpose?
You start by getting rid of the junk in the way of your ability to express your full potential, and then asking yourself:
“what effect do I want to have on the people in my life, and what contribution do I want to make to the larger context in which I live and work”?
It’s a pretty huge question, and it can take time to figure out, but a good place to start is by asking yourself what most moves you?
When do you feel most excited, fulfilled, and alive?
If you are ready to get rid of your junk, express more of your full potential, and discover your existential purpose, we invite you to reserve your armchair for our Centred Edge Six Week Peak Performance Program starting 29th October now.