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If you’re not able to visit us for 5 nights, we can work with you to support information representing not only the special essence here at Bali Silent Retreat, but also the various events ranging from Balinese Culture to Responsible Sustainable Living to Spiritual Exploration
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The various programs such as Agnihotra Fire Ceremony, New Earth Cooking Philosophy Discussions, Balinese Culture lecture, rice terrace hike and garden tour are described, but we can always add some interesting details to make your article unique.
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Below is a VERY BRIEF description of our special little sanctuary
What to expect at Bali Silent Retreat
Take-a-Break from everything with Meditation, Yoga Asanas (basic Hatha postures), Prayer, and Restful Contemplation – in Silence
Do what you want to do, when you want to do it – in peace and silence.
Join others in group programs . . . or . . . . develop the “art of nothing” and just eat, sleep, read and repeat.
Other interests are
Walk through the food forest or jungle-path or the rice terrace walk
Stare at the stars or the sky on a star beds or lay in a hammock and read
Cool off in the holy water meditation area
Take a trip off-site to hot-springs nearby or Batu Karu Temple
Garden-to-Table organic live food is served all day and included in the Day Pass of Food & Programs.
Lodge of recycled timber and antiques offers dining and relaxing with 360 degree view of rice fields & mountains
Green-to-the-extreme & off the grid, with solar electricity & water distillation, and perma-culture gardens
Extensive library of spiritual and thought provoking books available for your perusal at the retreat.
Meditation & Yoga Asanas: Breezy and spacious, the open Octagon Bale has recycled ironwood decking and an airy tented roof, letting in light even on cloudy days. 4 classes daily of meditation and yoga asanas (basic Hatha postures) are available and all optional – design for yourself. Instructors adjust for each guest’s level of experience.
Weekly: The Future of Food lecture & Perma-Culture Garden Tour, Balinese Culture Tea Circle & 2 hour Rice Terrace Walk
Monthly: Agnihotra healing fire ceremony on Full Moon and New Moon
Rooms range from small private wooden bungalows to snug single rooms, all with simple but tasteful touches, down comforters, 100% cotton linens, kimonos, a lap desk, solar desk lamp, and stunning views of rural Bali, of course.
Day Pass (Food and Programs) is a standard $35. Overnights range from $40 (single room) – $90 (private bungalow)
Grown on site and harvested daily, the organic vegetables, fruits, and herbs,free of chemicals or commercial fertilizers. The best Balinese and western flavours grace the taste buds with every bite. 3 delicious and creative buffet meals/day plus fresh teas, juices, and snacks all day long.
At the base of the holy mountain Batu Karu, (1.25 hours NW of Ubud). Check the web site for specific directions.