With the challenges of today’s world, we all need a welcoming, spiritual refuge. Wonderwell beckons—a serene sanctuary set in the mountains of New Hampshire. Having done a number of both group and solo retreats, I am always moved by the sense of the sacred that pervades Wonderwell— the stunning natural setting, vast skies, mountain views, the land itself— all conducive to deepening practice.
Wonderwell is guided and inspired by Lama Willa Miller and Lama Liz Monson, two outstanding teachers in the Vajrayana tradition, both dedicated to honoring embodied practice, our interconnection with the natural world, socially responsible engagement especially eco-dharma, and the centrality of the sacred feminine. One senses the deep presence of their example as well as the energy of all who have practiced there.
Besides the beautiful meditation hall, there are comfortable accommodations, organic meals lovingly prepared, a caring, helpful staff committed to supporting retreatants. Wonderwell combines a sense of mission, inspired teachings, community building, and engaged Buddhism—a treasure for all followers of the dharma.