Seeking the True Self: A Weekend Meditation Retreat

Pablo Sender

Onsite and Zoom
September 29 – October 1
Friday 7:30 – 9 pm, Saturday 10 – noon and 2 – 4 pm, Sunday 10 – noon PDT

The renowned proverb “Man Know Thyself” was carved into the doorway of the temple of Delphi in Greece. According to many spiritual traditions, the source of misery and strife lies in our ignorance of who we really are. However, self-knowledge is challenging. It requires not only the removal of layers of false notions and mistaken identities that obscure our true nature, but also awakening a deeper perception that may be able to realize it. In this silent retreat, we will engage in four meditative practices: self-examination, self-inquiry, self-observation and self-dwelling.

Participants are encouraged to attend the full series, as each session will build on the previous ones. However, individual sessions will be offered as they will be useful as well.
Single Session $15 Series $50

Pablo Sender, PhD, joined the Theosophical Society in 1996 in Argentina. He has lived and worked at the international headquarters of the TS in Adyar, India, at the national center of the TS in America, and is currently residing in the Krotona Institute of Theosophy in Ojai, California. He has presented programs and retreats in India, Europe, Oceania, and the three Americas. He writes for many Theosophical journals and is the author of The Evolution of the Higher Consciousness and Approaching the Secret Doctrine.