Open Gate Sangha: Retreat with Mukti

Open to the public


Mukti leads silent retreats to nurture the emergence of spirit into consciousness. During such a retreat participants set aside personal concerns and give all of themselves to experiencing the unconditioned quality that reveals itself when we quiet down and pay attention.

This three day retreat offers a departure from one's usual daily activities as well as an opportunity to share a common intention to look within onself. To support this intention, all retreats are held in silence, except for the time together in satsang, an opportunity for dialogue with Mukti. In addition to satsang, the daily schedule includes periods of meditation.

Mukti has been a student of Adyashanti since he began teaching in 1996, and together they officially founded Open Gate Sangha. Previously, Mukti studied the teachings of Paramahansa Yogananda for over 20 years.

In her own teachings, Mukti points audiences back to their natural state of wholeness or undivided consciousness. Licensed in acupuncture and certified to teach hatha yoga, Mukti has a love of the experience of both form and formless practice.

Registration is a two step process:

Please pay the program fee for this retreat to Open Gate Sangha

After your registration is confirmed with Open Gate Sangha, please return to the Garrison Institute website and pay for room and board on this page.

To find out more about registering for this event please contact Randi Specterman at or call 408-299-0201 x20.

March 27th, 2014 3:00 PM   through   March 30th, 2014 3:00 PM
Phone: 845-424-4800
Open to the public