Since 1981 I have given over 100 Enlightenment Intensives. I love the work deeply; trust it completely. Through the years I have seen it bring fulfillment, joy, healing and the Truth itself to so many people. To me it as an on-going miracle. And it is my great privilege to make it available. The work makes me happy.
I took my first Enlightenment Intensive with Jeff Love, in 1978. Towards the end of the third day I directly experienced an aspect of Truth. That experience changed my life. I was inspired to do all the Intensives I could, plus yoga, Vipassana and Zen Sesshins. In 1981 I trained to be an Enlightenment Intensive Master and gave my first Intensive. Since then I have given over 100 Enlightenment Intensives, including 20 Seven Day, and 9 Two-Week Intensives. I gave a couple of Two Week Intensives in the early 80’s before family life took over. The children are grown now and I’m freer. Since 2011 I’ve been giving a Two Week every September. They’ve been very rewarding and I hope to continue making them available once a year. I really like giving, and taking, Enlightenment Intensives.
Throughout the years I have had the privilege of working with many wonderful people,
Theresa Hood monitored and served me and the community for close to 50 Intensives in the yearly years..
In recent decades Patsy Boyer has served on ever intensive since about 2005.. Here is Patsy hard at work.between the dyad rows at Camp Kwomais which was our EI home for 18 years.
It has been wonderful to work with Theresa and Patsy and many other dedicated and inspired individuals.
Michelle Venne ,
Simon Thomson ,
Roger Harper .
Here is a picture taken at the end of the first Two Week in 1986
Thirty one years later Cliff took this picture of Patsy and I at then end of the 2017, 7 Day You can tell the work was joy then and now.
Also: For the past 35 years… That’s THIRTY FIVE YEARS…we have had a weekly Dyad Night in Vancouver for those who wish to continue contemplation practice between Intensives. We meet every Wednesday Night 7:30 PM at Holy Trinity Anglican Church 1440 West 12th (between Hemlock and Granville) in Vancouver. All are welcome. The cost is $5.