“All live wants is to simply celebrate being alive.”
Most of us came because we felt something was missing. All of us were discovering, that life could be celebrated and lived so much more completely. Each of us went out into the world, noticeably different, more connected, less alone, more back home than we ever were before.
A small group of us came to learn, we came to explore our awareness, to learn new skills, and to discover new strengths…
A small group of very special – yet very ordinary people, exploring who and what we really are.
A small group of us, letting go, dropping what we aren’t, really beginning to discover how cool both we and the world we live in are.
A small group. Taking the time to explore our new visions, using ancient ways of thinking, living, and surviving in nature.
“The Weekend was very paradoxical. Exploring survival skills and learning Native American Perspectives. Old stuff. The old skills we learned opened up new horizons for each of us. You could see it happening. Like you said, a deeper experience of ourselves, the spirit that moves, nature, neurology. I am more complete than I ever was. ”
Words can’t do it justice. It’s like trying to talk about kissing, the experience of drinking lemonade, or telling someone what the smell of fresh cut grass is like.
A few skills, approached with a simple philosophy that invites you to notice much more and think much less, leading you towards a deeper more complete experience of you, and the world around you.
Look at the photos. Look at the photos of those at The Weekend. Look at some old photos of Native Americans long gone. They had something special. They had an experience, an understanding.
And those in the photos, notice that they lack something. They lack the feelings of desperation, scarcity and being lost that so many have today, the feelings that are almost universally felt and almost completely denied.
I have a request for you.
Lose your thinking. Have you noticed that most people think to much, and experience too little?
Join us and come back to your senses. Fall back into love again with all of life, with all that is.
Life is meant to be lived. Life is meant to be loved. Life is meant to be celebrated.
It’s not about solving problems, chasing windmills, or being one of the cool kids.
LIFE! It’s about being. It’s about being you.
LIFE! It’s about living. It’s about living you.
LIFE! It’s about loving. It’s about loving you.
Join us in September. Make your reservations now.
It’s time to touch and be touched. It’s time to celebrate you and your life.
Mr. Twenty Twenty