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    Default Re: Low cost/free retreats or spiritual progressive communities in India/South America?

    This is an example in Italy https://www.ompio.org/en/the-centro/working-guests
    I myself am currently staying at a Buddhist retreat center and they expect 4 hours of work per day x6

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    Default Re: Low cost/free retreats or spiritual progressive communities in India/South America?

    yes I think after a month or so of rest I would cope well with and enjoy that level of work

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    Default Re: Low cost/free retreats or spiritual progressive communities in India/South America?

    Hi Jenya,

    Alas, no. I did most of that "when I were yung". I used to do a lot of stuff, sometimes in places such as jungles where no one had set foot, scientific expeditions for months to discover new species of plants/animals/insects, spent weeks at a time in igloos and snow caves, cross country skiing with a backpack and tent, and into desert regions, but becoming a mum has meant I am responsible for another life, so I tend to do more exploration of consciousness these days, even though it has already been mapped, it is new for me in my current state of consciousness. Animals to care for too. Maybe one day. Although I would love to go to the type of place you intend to go and live very simply and close to the land, with a light footprint for a good while. Sounds idyllic. Eat/Pray/....Chill.

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