Practical Mysticism with Larry Leblang

Discover spiritual connection and growth in our monthly online community sessions or on-site retreat.

September 14 – September 18, 2022


An invitation to those seeking to experience more of their life as a spiritual path! Let’s come together to create a cherished four days. We will open to the Love and Light within us as we come together in community and individually experience and share these deeper parts of ourselves.

Using tools of connection such as meditation, prayer, time in nature, sharing from silence, and music, we will create a safe space for learning more about ourselves, and our journey as human beings. The Cliffside Lodge has been reserved to hold our experience.


Wednesday evening – Overview and introductions

Thursday – Anchoring in Unconditional Love – through intention, focus, and accepting a connection within us with Higher Self or (your own word)

Friday – Coming to Balance – with our ego and our shadow

Saturday – Living in the Inspiration of this Moment

Evening Closing – Live Musical Celebration


We are happy to share that Scott & Bruce, two of our resident musicians, will be hosting a ShadowSing-a-Long Saturday evening. Let’s create joyful frequency together and celebrate this new and enriching Practical Mysticism program.


4 nights lodging & meals

  • $635 (Single occupancy)
  • $415 (Double)
  • Program Cost — Pay as Inspired (We do not want program cost to be a barrier to attendance.)
    (Suggested donation $160)

To support the best experience for all, registration is limited

Practical Mysticism with Larry Leblang

Larry Leblang is the faciliator for Practical Mysticism. His career path has included roles such as General Manager and Director of Finance for a number of organizations, primarily in the non-profit community. He holds an M.P.A. (Masters of Professional Accountancy), a B.A in Philosophy, and has been licensed as a CPA.

His spiritual practice has embraced both Eastern and Western mysticism for the past 50 years. Starting with the teachings of Ram Dass in 1970, the essence of Hindu and Buddhist practice is the foundation for an ongoing practice and understanding of his soul’s journey.

For the past eight years he has attended Quaker meeting in Santa Fe, and incorporated elements of more traditional Christian and Western practices into an ecumenical model of one’s place in the universe. He has come to appreciate Quaker based communication techniques and practices, and they serve as a model for much of the workshop facilitation.

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