The Study Centre, Valley School, Bangalore will be offering residential retreats every month. The purpose of such retreats is to take a step back from ones active daily life of making a living, having a family, and all the other activities that one is engaged in. During the retreat one can be alone and also in company of other serious minded individuals who have deeper questions of life and are willing to delve into the nature of human consciousness without any preconditions or with the aim of reaching any specific goal. Taking a journey within oneself brings about a certain release from the various conclusions, ideas, and tensions that one often accumulates in daily life. After the retreat one returns to daily living with an alert mind that is able to meet afresh the challenges of life.
Attending the retreat allows a teacher or parent to learn the intention of the school. The educational philosophy of the school helps in bringing about various policies and curriculum design in the school.Download Retreat Brochure 2018-2019
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- Awakening of Intelligence and flowering in goodness
- Learning the art of listening and looking
- Bringing clarity in oneself
- Understanding the workings of one’s mind
- Dealing with conflict, change, fear, and desire
- Discipline, Freedom, and Responsibility
- Discovering beauty, creativity, and Joy
- Awareness with all the senses
- Exploration into insight
- Meditation in daily living
- Discovering a holistic way of living
- Understanding Body, Mind and Emotions
- Exploring Harmony in Relationship
The retreats start on Thursday evening and end on Sunday evening, so that people who are working have to take only one day off. Transportation will be arranged for group pick-up from Jain Temple, 4th Block, Jayanagar, Bangalore. The time of pick-up will be 6:15 PM on the first day of retreat. The time of departure will be 5:30 PM on the last day of the retreat from the campus. The Study Retreat will be restricted to 12-18 participants. Single accommodation cottages and twin-sharing accommodation are available.
Group retreats will be for 12-18 participants (individual/ shared accommodation option). Vegetarian food will be served. Smoking, alcohol or drugs are strictly prohibited.
Group transportation implies pick-up at the beginning of the retreat and drop to the city at the end of the retreat. The pick-up location is Jain Temple, 4th block Jayanagar, Bangalore. Pick-up will be at 6:15 PM on the first day of the retreat. Departure will be at 5:30 PM on Sunday.
Participants can extend their stay before or after the retreat on the basis of additional payment. We recommend that the participants extend the retreat for one to three days after the group retreat gets over. This will give participants a chance to absorb the questions raised during the retreat, so that the insights can percolate in the deeper layers of consciousness. The transportation for all the programs is arranged for one pick-up and drop to the city in a group. The time will be specified to the participants in the acknowledgement email before the event.
Mode of Payment:
- DD drawn in favor of Krishnamurti Foundation India, BEC payable in Bangalore
- Check 'payable at par' are also accepted. The checks should be made to Krishnamurti Foundation India, BEC
- Bank Transfer details:
Bank Name : HDFC Bank
Branch : Kanakapura Road
A/c Name : KFI Bangalore Education Centre
A/c No. : 50200012013588
IFSC Code : HDFC0001753
Nature of A/c : Current
Kindly send us an email after you effect the transfer so that we can confirm the same at our end.
Meetings are organized for people interested in Krishnaji’s Teachings living in Bangalore. The meeting is held on First Sunday of every month from 9:30 AM to 1:30 PM at the Valley School campus. The half a day session includes Krishnamurti video session and dialogue. Guest speakers are invited. Free transport and lunch is arranged for all the participants. The session starts with an introduction of a theme either by one of the staff members or a guest followed with Dialogue. After tea break, we watch a video of J.Krishnamurti’s talk.Bus Route