Practicing silence in groups is easier
than practicing alone.
Experience teaches us that, paradoxically, practicing silence in groups is easier than practicing alone. Often, it is in the silence that we can hear some of the essence that gets crowded out in our daily life. Practicing silence is, also, an invitation to enter a little into the unknown. Sometimes we may find our flow, and sometimes we may get a little lost.
You do not need to have experience with silence to join this retreat, nor do you need a Big Project. Curiosity, a willingness to occasionally get lost, and something to work on are enough.