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Return to Innocence Retreat with Kyle Hoobin < Head + Heart: A Mindful Calendar

Return To Innocence Retreat with Kyle Hoobin

April 25 @ 3:00 pm - April 28 @ 12:15 pm PDT

White Rock BC, Canada
2293 King George Blvd
White Rock, BC V4A 5A4 Canada
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Join Kyle Hoobin for 3 days this April we’ll come together to let go of all unnecessary self-improvement baggage that we’ve been carrying for years. Through clearly recognizing, acknowledging and releasing the futile search to become more (or less), we’ll encounter an innocence that’s been patiently waiting to resurface. This resurfacing will be aided by self-inquiry sessions, 1:1 meetings with Kyle Hoobin and guided outdoor walking meditations (in city and at beachside)… and of course, fire pit gazing.

Our retreat will take place at Kyle Hoobin’s home in beautiful White Rock BC Canada (metro Vancouver), which is 35 minutes from Vancouver International Airport (pick-up and drop-off will be provided). Your stay will be at the Best Western Hotel in White Rock where you’ll be given a private room as well as a 10-minute shuttle ride to and from my home each day. From dinner on arrival through lunch on departure, our catered meals will be made with delicious organic ingredients (with vegetarian and gluten-free options to boot).

Kyle Hoobin is an author and self-inquiry teacher. In April of 2002 Kyle experienced a profound shift in consciousness following a long battle with depression. He now offers support for those seeking authentic freedom in their lives. Kyle’s teachings focus on practical and accessible methods of self-inquiry with a focus on finding freedom through direct personal experience. He has distanced himself from conventional lineage based teachings in an effort to establish a more authentic spiritual standard for spiritual seekers.

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April 25 @ 3:00 pm
April 28 @ 12:15 pm
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Mystic, Non Dual, No Tradition
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