A little about Rhythm of Life and who it may be for
Completed: 27th - 30th April at Zorba the Buddha, Delhi
Pictures from our first Rhythm Of Life retreat in November 2022 in Naval Virayatan Pune, India.
Do I have to share my life experiences and emotions openly?
No, if you do not want to. However, we offer complete confidentiality and expect other fellow participants to maintain privacy for discussions and not carry them outside the session.
Can I miss a half day due to a prior commitment?
Such incidents are discouraged to maintain the flow and avoid repeating or explaining other discussions. Each module is built on the previous one, and it will be a loss to the participant if they miss it.
Can I be a day boarder and not stay the night at Zorba?
We encourage residents throughout to enable freer discussions during free time. However, we are open to such arrangements if they are essential for personal reasons.
What do I need to bring with me?
An open mind with sufficient comfortable clothing and personal needs is all you need.
Do I have to share my room with someone?
Yes. However, single occupancy rooms can be arranged at extra charges if informed and agreed to earlier and subject to availability.
What if I need personal assistance after the program to support me in achieving my goals?
We can certainly discuss and this can be arranged on a paid basis.
What if I leave halfway?
We highly discourage this. In such cases, we will not be able to give a certificate of attendance or refund the money. However, if your personal circumstances leave you with no choice but to leave midway, then on a case-by-case basis we can discuss what we can offer.
What will the food be like?
Wholesome, healthy and strictly vegetarian meals and snacks. Tea and coffee will be available, but no soft/hard drinks.
What if I cancel last-minute, will I get my money back?
We don't offer refunds on money deposited, as we commit to the facilities provided for your attendance in advance.
Can I talk to somebody to get more information?
Do I have to be a Jain to attend this program?
No. Even though the program draws heavily from the Jain way of life, efforts have been made to universalize it based on other religions, scientific research and personal experiences of international living.