Healing Week in Bali
Meditation on the Beach at Watu Klotok Temple, Klungkung

Bring body, mind, and spirit into harmony

  • Enhance personal health and well-being
  • Nourish yourself in beautiful surroundings
  • Open your heart to nature and to the deeper healing spirit of life

 

Price: € 715
Duration: 7 Days, 6 Nights
Programme begins with lunch on the 1st day and ends with lunch on the 7th day
Facilitator:
   
Inclusions: Accommodation, all meals, transport to outside activities, offering materials, govt tax, service, etc.
Options: Room sole occupancy: additional € 90
Exclusions: Airport transfers, credit card charges, bank transfer fees
 

 

Description

During your week at Nirarta, you will:

  • Gain deep rest, practising daily relaxation
  • Enjoy the silence of our twice-daily group meditation practice
  • Renew yourself in our gardens and grounds with their special spots for inspiration and healing
  • Open the heart and connect with nature and the divine in and around Nirarta
  • Learn simple but deep Balinese healing devotional practice
  • Help prepare simple offerings and an offering-basket for your cleansing ceremony
  • Eat good wholesome vegetarian and semi-vegetarian cooking with produce from our gardens and the local market

The package includes:

  • Three healing massages from a gifted local healer, including his very accurate reflexology diagnosis and treatment
  • A visit and check-up with arguably the best traditional healing practitioner on the island, an expert in the interconnectedness of mind and body and the balancing of the human subtle energy system
  • A cleansing blessing from a High Priest nearby at the traditional family home
  • A purifying bathe in the holy waters of a temple with many natural springs
  • A concluding visit  powerful healing  energy of Pasar Agung temple

 

Programme

Day 1

  • Arrival, lunch
  • Short Balinese blessing and prayer, to start the programme in the traditional way
  • Brief introduction to Nirarta and orientation
  • Healing massage and deep relaxation
  • Awareness Meditation practice, then dinner

Day 2

Theme of Day 2: Setting intention and direction

  • Meditation, devotional practice, and breakfast
  • Preparing offering basket with Dayu
  • Purification ceremony (melukat) at the High Priest’s family compound
  • Reflection in nature on where you are and where you are heading
  • Setting intention
  • Deep relaxation, devotional practice, and Awareness Meditation

Day 3

Theme of Day: Connecting with the source of inspiration and creativity within

  • Meditation, devotional practice, and breakfast
  • Healing massage – focusing on reflexology
  • Reflection stimulated by the Nirarta meditation cave
  • Visit Beringin Temple for meditation, reflection, and inspiration
  • Deep relaxation, devotional practice, and Awareness Meditation

Day 4

Full Day Out:

  • Visit Watu Klotok Sea Temple, for devotional practice, energy-flow meditation, and breakfast on the beach
  • Visit to renowned Balinese healer, Tjokorda Gede Rai, for health check and body response to treatment
  • Picnic lunch in Tampaksiring followed by purification bathe in the holy springs of Tirta Empul
  • Visit to sacred springs of  nearby Pura Mengening
  • Return, Meditation, Dinner

Day 5

Theme of Day: Connection, attention, and attentiveness

  • Meditation, devotional practice, and breakfast
  • River meditation
  • Opening awareness, connecting to the world
  • Healing massage/reflexology
  • Nature walk to practice open awareness: connected to Self and World
  • Deep relaxation, devotional practice, and Awareness Meditation

Day 6

Theme of Day: Action, expression, and commitment

  • Meditation, devotional practice, and breakfast
  • Free time to take stock of the week’s events and crystallize direction
  • Working with our mandala, to achieve, balance, integration, purpose and direction
  • Deep relaxation, devotional practice, and Awareness Meditation

Day 7

Closure:

  • Awareness Meditation and breakfast
  • Visit to Pasar Agung Temple high on Mt Agung to express thanks and set intention for the return
  • Final prayer, formal closure, and lunch

Other Options - may be available on request

  • Re•Patterning with Peter Wrycza
  • Session with Prof Dr Luh Ketut Suryani
  • Check up with an Ayurvedic Doctor (clinic 1 hour from Sidemen)

N.B. Extra charges for these activities apply and may require adding a day to the programme.

Photos

IP Made Gunung Wide, masseur and healer
Opening to the heart of healing – water lilly at Nirarta

Tjokorda Rai

Balinese healer,
Tjokorda Gede Rai

Contact Us

Dayu Mayuni

Nirarta Centre for Living Awareness
Address: Sidemen, Karangasem 80864, Bali, Indonesia

Tel: +62 366 530 0636
Mobile:+62 81 246 52 123

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Cancellation and Refund Policy

If you must cancel after registering, please notify us by email. The following cancellation fees apply:
For Individual Programmes and Bookings to Scheduled Programmes:

  • 30 to 16 days prior to arrival 25% of contracted price.
  • 15 to 7 days prior to arrival 50% of contracted price.
  • 6 days or less prior to arrival 100% of contracted price.

For Group Bookings:

  • 45 to 30 days prior to arrival 25% of contracted price.
  • 29 to 15 days prior to arrival 50% of contracted price.
  • 14 days or less prior to arrival 100% of contracted price.

 

 

 

Purpose of Meditation

Ultimately, the purpose of meditation is to help us awaken to our true nature, that subtle Awareness, which is the ground and Source, not only of our individual selves, but of all that is.

True meditation is not intended as an escape from this world. It is a key to practical living. As our consciousness awakens, so do our abilities and achievements. Meditiation helps us become truly present to our experience in the here and now. We find that our minds and bodies function better. We enjoy more happiness in daily life. We become more creative and enjoy better relationships with others. And in bringing peace into our lives, meditation helps bring peace to our world. The practical benefits of meditation in daily life are many and immediate, while the long-term benefits of regular practice to the quality of life are enormous.

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Types of Meditation

There are many kinds of meditation. Generally, their aim is to expand awareness, enhance mental clarity and focus, reduce stress, refresh the body, bring harmony to our relationships, and peace to our world.

Although there are many kinds of meditation practice, they may be grouped into a few 'families' of method, according to how they influence mind-body functioning.

Awareness Meditation, as practised at Nirarta, uses a mix of these methods.

  • Mindfulness or presence meditation practices
  • Introvertive or contraction/absorption meditation practices
  • Extravertive or expansion meditation practices
  • Energy meditation practices

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Mindfulness or presence meditation practices

These practices assume that we usually forget about the knower or even
the process of knowing to lose ourselves in the various objects of experience.

We live absent-mindedly, often barely conscious of what we are seeing,
hearing, feeling or thinking.

Mindfulness practices attempt to bring us to greater awareness by emphasizing simple attentiveness to what is actually happening in our awareness in the here and now.

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Introvertive or contraction/absorption meditation practices

These practices assume that there is a transcendental ground to experience that is 'smaller than the smallest', in and beyond every atom of thought, feeling, and perception.

They involve turning the attention within, directing it towards a chosen object of attention, which becomes increasingly present, but also increasingly subtle, until we pass beyond it to enter and rest in the simple expansiveness of pure awareness itself, beyond all thoughts and sensory objects of attention.

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Extravertive or expansion meditation practices

These practices assume that everything we experience is always within our own consciousness, which as such is always 'larger than the largest'.

These practices bring our attention to the ultimate container of knowledge, our own awareness beyond all the various contents of consciousness.

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Energy meditation practices

Energy meditations assume that integrated functioning of mind and body depends upon the free flow of a subtle energy which connects the different parts of the body.

When our subtle energy is able to flow freely, we are better able to maintain and enjoy awareness in our lives. We also enjoy great strength, power, and insight.

Energy practices stimulate and direct the flow of energy in the body. This may be a subtle internal process or it may become quite active.

As energy moves in the body, it can encounter blocks or resistance, stimulating sometimes dramatic spontaneous movements and shifts in breathing.

Afterwards we find ourselves more open in awareness and relaxed in body.

Such practice accelerates the ability of the body-mind to purify itself, enjoy better health, and to maintain higher consciousness.

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