Meditation Retreat in the foothills of Himalayas, India
Break the Norms 2.0
A meditation retreat in the foothills of Himalayas
October 7th to October 14th, 2018
Take a moment to breathe. Breathe in. Breathe out. Listen to your awareness.
Now, ask yourself these questions:
Does my soul seek long-lasting healing?
How often do I feel the desire to just be and let go?
Is my heart carrying any pain or grudges?
Am I willing to break my norms and embrace the conscious rebel that I am?
Who am I?
What do I want? What do I need?
How do I serve?
If you seek the answers to any of the questions above, this experience is for you! After leading private retreats into the foothills of the Himalayas for more than five years, Chandresh Bhardwaj is offering his first public retreat to the area in October 2018. This isn’t just any standard retreat to India. This sacred experience is being planned for you with a lot of love, and with the sole intention of cultivating your own self-healing. This retreat is rooted in the traditional healing wisdom that you’d expect from India, but it also promises modern facilities that will make this experience accessible and easy to absorb.
What to expect during the Break the Norms 2.0 retreat in the Himalayas:
Daily meditations, group discussions, and one-on-one sessions with Chandresh.
Mantra and meditation sessions held by the River Ganges.
A signature Break the Norms mantra ceremony facilitated by scholars based in the Himalayas, under the guidance of Chandresh.
Opportunities to serve food to and witness the lives of 150+ Himalayan monks.
A visit to Rishikesh, the yoga capital of India.
A visit to the Taj Mahal (Optional).
What sets Break the Norms 2.0 apart from other retreats to India?
Chandresh grew up in India, learning from the masters and practicing these very rituals on daily basis. This country is his playground, and you can rest assured that you will have an incredibly authentic experience.
Signature rituals such as the mantra ceremony, serving food to the monks, and other similar moments make this retreat a powerful experience.
Accommodations are so close to the River Ganges that you can literally start and end your day sitting amongst its presence.
We could go on … but you get it!
October 7th - Fly into New Delhi. Overnight stay in New Delhi.
October 8th - Fly to Dehradun. From Dehradun, you’ll travel to your resort, located 40 kilometers from the airport, for a five-night stay.
October 8th to October 13th - At Glasshouse on the Ganges resort.
October 14th - Back in Delhi. Retreat ends.
October 15th - Visit to Taj Mahal (optional at an additional cost)
October 16th - Back in Delhi
Delhi: Our hotel in Delhi will be a Holiday Inn, Pullman, or similar.
Agra: Our hotel in Agra will be the ITC Mughal, the Trident, or similar.
Single occupancy: $5,000 (add $650 for Taj Mahal)
Twin sharing occupancy: $4, 000 per person (add $500 for Taj Mahal)
This cost includes: Accommodations, meals, and domestic travel arrangements.
This cost doesn’t include: International airfare, massages, extra food beyond the provided hotel meals, and shopping.
$750 non-refundable due today to reserve your spot.
You have the option of making the rest of payment in two installments.
Additional fee of 3% for payments made via credit / debit card.
No extra fee on payments made via check or bank transfer.
No refunds after 3 days of making the payment. You have the option to gift / forward the retreat,
pending approval by the teacher.
Will this be a silent retreat?
No. However, we do recommend you practice silence and self-reflection throughout.
Is it a vegan and vegetarian retreat?
Yes, all meals provided will be vegan or vegetarian.
Do I need an advanced meditation practice to join this retreat?
No, but you do need to be curious and open to new experiences. An ability to meditate longer will help you make the most of this retreat. However, this is an experience for all levels. The only requirement is that you are ready to heal your heart and cultivate a deeper sense of self-awareness.