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A Time for Souling Online Retreat 11/14/20 1pm-4pm

November 14, 2020 -1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

A Time for Souling

Online Retreat:

Saturday 14 November 2020 1pm-4pm. 

 I recently mentioned how November marked a time to harvest the fruits of one’s labors, and how, on All Soul’s day, children and adults, went from house to house asking for baked, sweet “soul cakes,” thus the term “souling.”

 Souling Retreat: 14 November 2020

Especially with the tumult of this year’s season–I’m thinking we all need some  “souling,”as a reconnecting with our own souls. This Saturday I’ll be leading a short online “retreat” to do just that:  to renew your body, slow down the mind, and reconnect with our soul or Source, Nov. 14th, 1-4pm. I led a similar retreat in September and it was a joy. 

This retreat will be a time of reflection, reconnection, breath, mantra, sharing and inquiry. I will also emphasize the importance of cultivating prana or lifeforce, how it is the bridge to our Atman or divine self, and how to better live in harmony with it 24 hours a day. 

FEE: During this time of challenge I’m pricing the retreat lower than normal: a sliding scale of $75-$50. Please register in advance, thanks. 

(If you wish to pay more than $75 then I’ll apply it to scholarship others.) Please email if you want to do the retreat, and I’ll send the link.  I’ll ask you to pay in advance  so I get a sense of who is committed and makes my life simpler! thomasamelio at gmail. com

Thanks! Once you’ve paid I’ll send a link and password. This will be a different zoom “room” then the one for evening meditations. 

Scholarships: I hope to have a few partial scholarships available so write me if you need. 




November 14, 2020
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Thomas Amelio

Thomas Amelio intensely studied & practiced yogic disciplines in India, where he edited Rajarshi Muni’s classic, "Yoga–The Ultimate Spiritual Path." He is a founding member of, and has been a senior teacher at, Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health for over 35 years, and is President Emeritus of the NY Open Center in New York City.