The Most Important Thing: A Quiet Day in the Texas Hill Country

For this quiet day we will use Adyashanti’s latest book, The Most Important Thing: Discovering Truth at the Heart of Life as “a way to surface insights that can help us discover the most important things for ourselves.” So states poet and philosopher, Mark Nepo about this wisdom-filled book that helps us focus on the essential question “What is the most important thing in your life? Do not assume it is the first idea that pops into your mind. Discovering it may take some real investigation and some serious contemplation. It will be worth the effort and can be a turning point in whatever area of your life you apply it to.” (Adyashanti) 

Please join me for a day of silence, meditation, journal writing, walking in nature, and measured discussion about the most important thing. 

Patricia Speier, DMin
Mar 4 (W)
Location: Juniper Hills
$125 (Includes light breakfast and lunch. Pre-registration required. Refunds not available for retreats and off-site programs.)
Patricia Speier, DMin, is Executive Director of the Seton Cove and Senior Director of Formation for Ascension Texas. She is a spiritual director, teacher, and retreat facilitator who specializes in the use of literature and writing for spiritual growth and ethical development. She is passionate about the connection between Spirituality and Leadership and has developed the Leadership Pilgrimage, a year long intensive for leaders in all fields (business, medicine, law, religion, non-profit) which is now in its 13th year. Speier is a 2008 DMin graduate of Perkins School of Theology and a graduate of Seminary of the Southwest. She has studied spirituality at the Pecos Benedictine Monastery in New Mexico and Integral Spirituality with Ken Wilbur.


$125.00 Everyone


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