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Meet the Real You Silent Retreat

Venue: Cambridgeshire, United Kingdom

Join our "Meet the Real You" Retreat in England to unlock inner peace, master your mind, and discover your true self through powerful Aham Shoonyam teachings. Book now for a transformative small group experience.

Our Features

Skill Level





Slient Meditation

Self Enquiry

Attention Training

Advait Vedanta



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Do you sometimes wonder what real happiness is? 

Do you want to understand what exactly your mind is searching for?

Do you sometimes feel that it is difficult to come out of thought patterns that do not let you feel happy, such as worry, frustration or stress? 

Do you seek freedom from the ever changing scenarios of daily life?

Balancing Rocks

This new in-person silent retreat which is happening in England will teach you how to focus the mind on positive and important things and on being in the present, rather than on useless thinking or unpleasant thoughts. You will learn how to live in a state of peace regardless of the tumultuous external life situation. Eventually, if you continue to follow the techniques shared, it may lead to realisation of the true self or your true potential through a powerful technique called self enquiry.

The  silent retreat is based on Aham Shoonyam’s Attention Training & Realignment Programme, a powerful 7 step method designed around a step by step intellectual understanding of how the mind works and how to use the mind as a helpful tool rather than being a slave of the mind. The program is not based on any belief system but rather focuses on experiential knowledge. The small group size will support you to enquire, test and experience for yourself by providing a peaceful environment and tailored support.

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This is the first Mighty Himalayas silent retreat based on Aham Shoonyam teachings to be offered outside of India. This new retreat will be conducted with small group sizes to allow participants to focus inwards without distraction.

The silent retreat is conducted by a teacher trained by Aham Shoonyam, and also includes a Q&A session with a senior Aham Shoonyam teacher via live video link. The program is specially designed by yogis of the Himalayas for rational thinkers. It shares tried and tested techniques that work and create a strong foundation for experiential understanding of the true self. 

The Attention Training & Realignment program is a seven step method to train the attention to shift away from thought patterns to the stillness of being conscious or to positive thought patterns. Through these techniques, gradually a person can gain more control and freedom to use the mind in productive activities rather than wasting time in overthinking and negative thought patterns. It also opens up the possibility of discovering the true nature of the self, which is also described as self-realisation. 

The seven steps of the Attention Training & Realignment program are: 

PCA: Presence centred anchoring

(Spending time in the presence of an expert practitioner/master for clarity of mind, deep insights and constant reminders to stay in the present)

SMTDS: Subconscious mind training during sleep

(Training the subconscious mind through powerful subliminal affirmations by listening to an expert master's audio recording) 

BCAT: Being centered attention training

(Practice of bringing attention back to the present moment through our techniques. Practice being alert like a cat) 

AAIS: Attention absorption in inner silence

(Learning how to let the attention shift from mental voices to bliss of inner silence)

EPIC: Enquiry based program for intellectual clarity

(Self enquiry based intellectual understanding of how the mind works and how to transform the mind) 

SMTWA: Subconscious mind training while awake

(Training the subconscious mind through powerful self affirmations/mantras) 

MPS: Mental pattern shifting

(Learning how to shift the attention from negative thought patterns to positive patterns through gratitude) 

Yoga in Nature

Program Information

  • I’m feeling anxious or stressed and want to know how to calm my mind
    Try our beginner meditations such as effortlessness and deep sleep meditations
  • I’m curious to try meditation and I want to know more about it
    Try the suggested meditation programme, starting with the beginner level guided meditations. If you want to understand more of the concepts then download the How to realise my true self audio guide.
  • I’m ready for a deeper-reaching experience and I can travel for an in-person retreat
    I’m fairly new to meditation and want to learn more and taste inner bliss I consider myself a rational thinker and am interested in enquiring into the nature of the mind and how to live a happy life I’m looking for a peaceful environment to dive into silence and let the mind grow still Try our Silent Himalayan Meditation Retreat I have experience of meditation and I’m ready to unlearn and discover the truth Try our Intense Himalayan Meditation Retreat
  • I want a more in-depth experience but I can’t travel for an in person retreat
    Try our online workshops, which recreate the retreat programme from the comfort of your own home
  • How should I start meditating?
    For an introduction to meditation, watch the below “What is meditation and how to make it easy?” We recommend starting with any of Maha Rudra Kriya, Effortlessness and Deep Sleep & Cleansing of Mind. These three meditations are all available for free. Check out the suggested programme of meditations for more recommendations.
  • I’ve been practicing the online meditations for some time and want to learn more. What can I do next?
    If you have followed the full suggested programme of meditations then you can listen to the advanced audio guides, attend an in person camp or retreat, or complete any of the online workshops provided by our partner organisation Mighty Himalayas. You can also find all our latest content including teachings, answers to questions and interviews in the Videos & Articles page.
  • Can women practise the online meditations during menstruation?
    Yes, all online meditations can be practised during menstruation.
  • Is there any diksha/initiation required to practise these meditations?
    No special diksha or initiation is required. Instructions are already given in the audios.

Who should join ?

The retreat is based on an authentic enquiry of the nature of the self, and is not based on or influenced by any cultural or religious belief. This retreat is for seekers who have understood that spiritual books and videos are not effective until the time you do not get a 'direct experience’ of meditative states. 

This program is for you if:

You are looking for a structured approach to transform the mind for a sustainably blissful life. 

You are looking for clarity and focus in your life. 

You want to learn how to handle your mind effectively so that outer situations cannot disturb your peace of mind. 

You want to taste the bliss generated by meditative states.

Are you ready to meet real you ?

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