Wisdom Within Retreat Siem Reap - Cambodia

"To travel is to take a journey into yourself."

- Danny Kaye

Siem Reap, Cambodia

Fri. May 19, 2017

(Beginning with an evening meal)

Mon. May 22, 2017

(Ending with an evening meal)

Join us for a limitless exploration of self-discovery at the inspiring & sacred ruins of Angkor Wat.

This retreat for men and women provides opportunities to deepen your self-knowledge and your wisdom within.

Align with nature's wisdom . . . YOUR WISDOM

Let your soul unfurl in the sanctuary of Cambodia's temples

What to expect...

This retreat for men and women provides opportunities to deepen your self-knowledge and your wisdom within.

A small group setting provides experiential learning opportunities, insights and reflections on personal and professional challenges and leaving with a renewed sense of awe and wonder at who you are, wish to be and have always been.

Write your powerful purpose.

Create new pathways to self-awareness, ignite your spark, and awaken your inner knowing (embodied wisdom).

No easy solutions are offered. A combination of challenging self-discovery exercises in a safe, supportive space will allow you to unlock your wisdom.

Experience sharing and receiving feedback and practicing your new found knowledge.

After 3 days you will leave with fresh ideas, clarity, and awareness that enables a new confidence and resilience.

Let the staff of the Shinta Mani Club open your door and open your heart in the Kingdom of Cambodia...

The Shinta Mani Club is an upscale, award-winning boutique hotel just a 15 minute tuk-tuk ride from the awe-inspiring temples of Angkor Wat. This amazing property will be the setting of the Retreat and your nightly accommodation.

Deluxe Rooms
International cuisines

Experience a meal and shopping at the lively Old Market (Phsar Chas), an area brimming with authentic Cambodian handicrafts and regional foods.

As a retreat participant, all meals are included during your stay.

Inspiring awe and incomparable beauty. . . Angkor Wat the 7th wonder of the world. . .

Portions of the retreat will be spent at Angor Wat. We leave Shinta Mani Hotel before dawn where we greet the morning sun as it rises over the Temple.

We pause for breakfast before visiting the southern Gate of Angkor Thom. The morning involves retreat exercises in the most awe inspiring place. We continue our work at the hotel after lunch.

Our journey and explorations will include:

The Gate, flanked by a row of 54 stone figures on each side

The Bayon (12th century) a stunning central tower covered in more than 200 enormous faces

The jungle-covered temple of Ta Prohm

Angor Wat rightly owns the distinction of the 7th wonder of the world

"Deep down within the heart there is a stillness which is healing, a trust in the universal laws which is unwavering, and a strength which is rock-like...

But because it is so deep we need both patience and perseverance when digging for it." -Paul Brunton

Additionally, you will connect with the local community. Maryanne and Patience support the Senhoa Foundation and will donate part of their Retreat fee to the Senhoa Foundation.

This non-profit supports vulnerable families through employment and education. You will visit pre-schools, families and an artisan workshop that makes handmade jewelry. The visits serve as a reminder that we are all connected and that wise people can make a positive impact in the world.

"It is impossible to be wise in isolation. Your wisdom has a positive impact on others."

Dates: Friday, May 19th – Monday 22, 2017

Venue: Shinta Mani Club Hotel, Siem Reap, Cambodia

Cost: USD $2500 (Airfare not included)

Personal Check, Wire Transfer or PayPal

Includes: Accommodation for Friday, Saturday and Sunday night. All meals, private tour guide at Angkor Wat, community visits, all excursions, airport transfers, workshop activities and materials.

With over 30 years of experience, the Wisdom Within retreat will be led by the PatientMoon international facilitator team and will include yoga led by a highly skilled teacher - Jeanette Davison.

Contact us for a detailed retreat itinerary and agenda.

Maryanne Mooney is an educator, entrepreneur and organizational psychologist. Maryanne’s mission is to accelerate development by exploring complex issues/challenges honestly and deeply to unlock a clearer view. This clarity and increased confidence enables practical, productive action. Maryanne lives in Melbourne, Australia and works internationally as a facilitator and executive coach.

Patience Shutts is an educator, (teaching EQ and leadership skills) retreat facilitator and marriage and family therapist. Patience's mission is to empower others to empower themselves. She is the creator of multiple self-curiosity tools and is a catalyst for transformational personal growth. She lives in Laguna Beach, California.

Patience & Maryanne teaching & sharing in Cambodia, July 2015
Jeanette Davison

Teaching since 2008, Jeanette Davison brings a lightness to her yoga classes mixed with a calming blend of grace and encouragement. Certified in Pure Flow Yoga, Sport Yoga, Vinyasa Flow, and Pilates; Jeanette’s knowledge of how the mind, body, and breath work together helps each student find peace and strength in their practice. Jeanette Davison lives in Las Vegas, NV with her husband and daughter and tries to enjoy each day for what it is - a miracle.

“We are made wise not by the recollection of our past, but by the responsibility of our future.” - George Bernard Shaw

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