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Fri, Dec 09


Lake Mead

Lake Mead 2-Night Camping Retreat

Two days of discussion and instruction while hanging out by the lake.

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Lake Mead 2-Night Camping Retreat
Lake Mead 2-Night Camping Retreat

Time & Location

Dec 09, 2022, 6:00 PM PST – Dec 11, 2022, 3:00 PM PST

Lake Mead, Near Las Vegas, NV


About the event

The idea is to get at least a dozen or so like-minded people together to talk about spiritual growth, personal development, life and its many mysteries. There will be plenty of time to mix, mingle, and do outdoorsy stuff. Bring your hiking boots and something fun to do with your new friends.

Friday, December 9th

6:00 pm - 9:00 pm - Introductions and Hanging Out Around the Campfire

Saturday, December 10th

8:00 am - Light Physical Warm Up Exercises

8:30 am - Group Discussion - Daily Practices. Meditation, Mindfulness, Journaling, Visualization, Movement, Study

10:00 am - Guided Meditation - Your Mental Movie

10:30 am - Group Discussion - Developing Intuition, Connecting to Your Higher Self, Life Purpose, Finding Meaning

11:30 am - Guided Meditation - The Infinite Cycle

12:00 pm - Lunch, and afternoon free to explore the area

1:00 pm - Optional Group Hike Somewhere

3:00 pm - Optional Group Activities. I have a deck of cards, a chess board, bocce balls, disc golf discs, and hopefully you guys bring something more interesting.

5:00 pm - Fix and eat your dinner, then hangout around the campfire

6:00 pm - Campfire Discussion - Near Death Experiences, Psychedelics, Astral Projection, Dreams, Alternate Dimensions, Alien Life, Past Lives, Psychic Powers

Sunday, December 11th

8:00 am - Light Physical Warm Up Exercises

8:30 am - Group Discussion - Mindset, Self Talk, Self Love, Addiction, Pattern Interrupts, Dopamine Fasting

10:00 am - Guided Meditation - Getting Into State

10:30 am - Group Discussion - Food and Fasting, Going Deeper, Plans of Action, Further Study

11:30 am - Guided Meditation - Your Mental Movie

12:00 pm - Lunch, and afternoon free to explore the area

1:00 pm - Optional Group Activities

3:00 pm - Make your way home whenever your schedule calls you to do so

Some people may not be able to arrive until much later on Friday night. This is ok, you’ll miss some introductions but we’ll bring you up to speed.

Some people may have to leave early on Sunday to make their trip back home. This is ok, you’ll miss a little bit of fun but we’ll tell you all about it.

Important Info

Weather - For the month of December, the average low is 37 degrees F, and the average high is 58. It does sometimes dip below freezing and it does sometimes get warmer. Plan on bringing and dressing in more layers than you think you’ll need. It may be windy as well.

Water - The onsite spigot is non-potable water. Potable drinking water is a short walk. I recommend bringing a few gallons of drinking water.

Toilets - Flush toilets are closeby. That’s luxury living out here.

Showers - There are no showers at the campground or the immediate area. There is a water spigot at the campsite, and the lake is not a bad option. For a hot water outdoor shower use a camp shower bag, which is what I use. You can borrow mine if you like.

Cell Phones and Wifi - From what I hear, service across the major carriers is not bad here. The campground even has wifi plans available.

Grills - There are fire pits with grills available. Charcoal and gas grills are allowed.

Chairs - You must bring your own chair! Have a chair you’ll be comfortable sitting in for several hours. You may also want to bring a more comfortable laid back chair to lounge in.

Beach - The beach is rocky, you’ll need some kind of footwear if you plan on walking on it. Water shoes might be handy for getting into the water.

Groceries and other conveniences are within 15 minutes.

Do we know each other yet? - In order to attend this event I need to have had some kind of communication with you. If we haven't spoke before that's fine, book the event and I'll give you a call .

Exact Location - If I already know you, feel free to message me privately and ask for the exact campground location and any travel tips.

Additional Fees: The campground is located in the “Lake Mead National Recreation Area.” This is a fee area, and even with our campground reservation, there is still a $25 per vehicle entry fee, which is good for 7 days.

Or, if you have an interagency national park pass, otherwise known as an “America the Beautiful”, U.S. National Park Service Pass, the entrance fee is waived. The pass is $80 and gets free entry into any National Park or included federal recreation area for a whole year. Seniors and disabled people have ways of getting them discounted or free.

For those who do not feel like braving the elements, you can rent a small camper in Vegas for $100-$200 a night. Or you can find a hotel less than 20 minutes away from the campground, for $100-$150 a night.

You must bring your own:



Sleeping mat and heavy sleeping bag (May drop below freezing)

Clothing for all weather conditions. Plan on it being way colder than you expect at night. Bring and wear layers.

Food, and everything you need to properly store, cook and eat it.

Drinking Water. Might as well bring a few gallons. You can refill if you need to.

Flashlight or Headlamp

Other items worth considering:




Notepad or Journal

Games or Social Activities

Swim Stuff?

Simple backpack to take on a short hike somewhere

Bug Spray (unlikely this time of year)


  • Lake Mead Camping Retreat

    This ticket is good for the 2 day event and a spot to set up your tent.




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