Invitation to “Awakening the Heart” 3-Day Non-Residential Meditation Retreat
Join Craig in beautiful Carbondale, Colorado on January 18-20, 2019 for an intimate meditation retreat. There we will explore together, Satsang of the Heart, Yoga and Psychology, and Meditations including Vast Spacious Awareness, Awakening Kundalini and The Yoga of Letting Go.
Sunday Online Satsang Livestream 7 pm MST
Satsang is a time when we come together and meet in meditation and investigate what it means to be both human and Divine. It is a time for offering questions and to deeply contemplate our True Nature. It is a time for healing, insight and stepping into deeper freedom and love. Join Nondual Spiritual Teacher and Licensed Therapist Craig Holliday every Sunday evening at 7 pm Mountain time for satsang online. Everyone is welcome. Meetings are donation-based.
Buddha at the Gas Pump Interview
Craig Holliday is both a Nondual teacher and Licensed Professional Counselor, offering Nondual Therapy and Meditation workshops, retreats and Satsang. His work is dedicated to the discovery of our innate Divinity through embracing our Humanity. He works in a way that addresses our everyday suffering as a doorway to our inherent freedom. He meets with individuals in Durango, Colorado and from around the world on Skype.
Facing Fear, Anger, Sadness and Pain – the Doorway of True Awakening – Healing Generational Suffering
Facing Fear, Anger, Sadness and Pain, the Doorway of True Awakening with Nondual Spiritual Teacher and nondual therapist Craig Holliday. Recorded from Satsang at the Science and Nonduality Conference. Craig, a former student of Adyashanti, began teaching after a series of profound nondual awakenings, teaches both in the world Yoga and Buddhism brings another opportunity to contemplate our highest nature through facing the shadow.
The Gift Of Suffering – Podcast with Craig Holliday and The Thought Hackers
Craig was recently featured on the popular podcast “The Thought Hackers” where he deeply investigated the purpose of suffering and how we can use the experience of suffering as a catalyst to propel us into greater dimensions of true spiritual awakening. Join us for this profound investigation into a subject which most individuals avoid.