Conscious Contact Retreat
Yokoji Zen Mountain Center zmc.org
For 10 years, Conscious Contact Retreat has been dedicated to providing a space for a deep and profound seeking by members of the recovery community. We have found a spirituality that works through the principles of Crystal Meth Anonymous and the power of the 12 Steps of recovery. This retreat has been created specifically to energize our understanding of a higher power and to share tools of daily practice that can enrich that relationship. What we have found is that crystal meth addicts in recovery, truly all who have faced addiction, are perfectly positioned to find a deeper enrichment through the spiritual principles we explore at this retreat. This 12 Step work helps us to honor and enhance our connection to ourselves, the world and our personal higher power. Join us.
Three Days of Love and Fellowship
For over 10 years we have been holding a space for spiritual exploration through the Conscious Contact Retreat. The joy that we have experienced has become a community that is growing and expanding 12 step recovery.
Join us at this beautiful buddhist retreat center in rustic cabins and rooms. We are planning workshops and meditations and Yokoji will support us with amazing vegetarian meals, a wonderful atmosphere and everything we need for a beautiful weekend.
You can also add additional days onto your retreat. You can arrive either Wednesday or Thursday for an additional charge. Just choose the "Additional Day" tickets.
Where is the retreat?
Our host for the retreat is Yokoji Zen Mountain Center www.zmc.org a community of Buddhist seekers that own and operate the retreat located in the San Jacinto mountains near Idylwild. The monks live and work, and have created a place that is dedicated to spiritual seeking. The atmosphere is reverential, beautiful, relaxing and invigorating. All of our needs are taken care of. The meals are vegetarian (but very hearty!) and are served three times a day. We are the only renters of the cabins and rooms so we get to have a completely immersive experience. For more information about what to expect at high altitude please visit the website at www.zmc.org to find out more.