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12 Day Hridaya Silent Meditation Retreat in San Cristobal de las Casas, Chiapas


Silent Meditation Retreat in Mexico

The retreat was specifically created to guide people in coming to an intimate understanding of what Self-Enquiry meditation is in order to experience the inner transformation that it brings.

The program aims to create an experience resembling a Solitary Retreat (as in a cave), in order to provide the opportunity to reach Deep States of Consciousness, kindle intense Aspiration for the Divine, and arrive at the highly focused interiorization that enables the Opening of the Heart.

This method is a unique integration of Advaita Vedanta, Sufism, Tantra, and Dzogchen. In the advanced stages of practice, all paths of authentic spiritual traditions meet harmoniously and merge into the same Ineffable Reality.

No previous meditation or yoga experience is necessary as this retreat is designed for beginners and advanced meditators alike.


Hatha yoga sessions in a special spiritual style
Bring an inner transformation through self-inquiry meditation
Daily special meditations on themes connected with self-revelation
Unique integration of Advaita Vedanta, Sufism, Tantra, and Dzogchen
Learn to still the mind using breath control
No previous meditation or yoga experience is necessary
11 nights accommodation
Daily wholesome vegan and vegetarian meals and desserts

Program Venue

carretera 190 tuxtla - san cristobal de las casas, San Nicolás km. 76, 29353 San Cristóbal de las Casas, Chis., Mexico
+52 967 706 4264

About Chiapas

Chiapas is a state located in the southernmost part of Mexico, bordering Guatemala. It is known for its diverse indigenous cultures, natural landscapes, and historical significance. Here are some key aspects of Chiapas:
  1. Indigenous Cultures: Chiapas is home to numerous indigenous groups, including the Tzotzil, Tzeltal, Ch’ol, and Lacandon Maya, among others. These communities preserve their traditional customs, languages, and handicrafts, which allows visitors to experience a unique cultural immersion.
  2. Archaeological Sites: The state of Chiapas boasts several ancient Mayan ruins and archaeological sites. Palenque is one of the most famous and well-preserved Mayan cities, featuring impressive structures, temples, and intricate carvings. Other notable sites include Bonampak, Yaxchilán, and Toniná, each showcasing the architectural prowess and historical significance of the ancient Maya civilization.
  3. Natural Beauty: Chiapas is blessed with breathtaking natural landscapes. The Montes Azules Biosphere Reserve and the Sumidero Canyon National Park are among the protected areas that showcase the region’s extraordinary biodiversity. Chiapas is also home to impressive waterfalls, such as Agua Azul and Misol-Ha, which are popular with tourists.
  4. Cuisine: Chiapas offers a distinctive culinary experience. Traditional dishes often incorporate local ingredients such as corn, beans, chili peppers, and chocolate. Tamales, pozol (a refreshing corn-based drink), and cochito (slow-roasted pork) are some of the regional specialties that showcase the flavors and culinary traditions of Chiapas.

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