The Great Passage
A Weekend Coros retreat dedicated to the rite of passage between the worlds.
The passage from life on this side of the threshold to life on the other side of the threshold is a most profound and paradoxical event in the evolution of the soul. This weekend will be devoted to looking at the stages of this passage in the context of mystery school training. The tasks of disputation, harmonization, and surrender define the stages of the soul seeking to align with the demanding processes of the great passage. These stages of development will be addressed in a series of lectures and exercises. The goal of the weekend is to help a person to experience that the great passage is as much a birth into a new level of being as it is a termination of an old stage of consciousness.
About the presenter
Dennis Klocek, founder of the Coros Institute, is the Director of the Consciousness Studies Program, a study of alchemy and transformation at Rudolf Steiner College. Dennis is in great demand as an international lecturer and is author of five books including Seeking Spirit Vision and The Seer’s Handbook. He is also known as DocWeather to those who visit his website, docweather.com, for weather predictions and articles on climatology.
FULL – Registration Closed
4pm registration Friday, July 25 through 12:30pm lunch on sunday, July 27
$95-$150 suggested scale.
Amounts above $100 can be considered a donation for scholarships: receipt is available upon request.
LOCATION & DIRECTIONS
At Whidbey Institute at Chinook on Whidbey Island
6449 Old Pietila Rd. Clinton, WA (Map)
From Clinton take Route 525 for about 2 miles to the stoplight at Cultus Bay Road. turn left on Cultus Bay Road and go about half a mile. turn right onto Campbell Road and go 0.2 miles. On the left you will see signs for Whidbey Island Institute and Chinook. turn left onto the gravel road and follow through the forest to the end.
ROOM AND MEALS
All rooms include 6 meals and snacks — Friday dinner though Sunday lunch.
Check-in: Friday 12:00 noon
Check-out: by 11 am Sunday
- Room* & Meals $250/person
- Tent Camping $40 per 2-person tent
- Meals/Snacks only $100
*Limited accomodations available onsite. shared rooms sleep 1-2 people, most with 2 single beds and shared bathrooms. a few rooms have double beds for couples. some rustic cabins with shared bathhouse. First-come, first-choice. several Bed & Breakfasts nearby. please contact us if you have specific needs.
For more information including scholarship assistance call 916-717-6007.