Sharon Landrith
There is a way to freedom from internal suffering.
Awake beings across the ages have discovered this truth.
My life is in service to that.

Video: Bringing the Attention Back
by Sharon Landrith 5:44

Video: A Totally New Landscape
by Sharon Landrith 5:43


Upcoming Retreats


Silent Residential Retreat
September 2-9, 2017

Crestone Mountain Zen Center
Crestone, CO

This potent 7-day Silent Residential Retreat will be held at the Crestone Mountain Zen Center in Crestone, Colorado, USA. The Zen Center is located at 8400 feet in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, surrounded by pinyon pine and juniper forest, and situated among other spiritual centers in the area. This lovely combination offers the perfect setting for silent retreats. We have provided a page of information to help with travel planning and accommodations here in Crestone.

“This Silent Retreat offers a profound opportunity to delve deeply into our truest nature. We rest as stillness and fullness through silent sitting, guided meditations and a safe and intimate forum of questions and response. This deep immersion in Silence comes to the foreground and lives our life consciously.”  - Sharon Landrith

Silent Residential Retreat
October 15-20, 2017

Openhearted Clarity
Scotts Valley, CA

Discover answers to the questions you hold most dear by coming into stillness and experiencing your true nature: love. Openhearted clarity is the basis and the background for everything, and we are the expression of this primordial stillness and silence.

Through guided meditation, satsang, and question and answer sessions with Sharon Landrith—a gifted teacher in the lineage of Adyashanti—you will experience your natural state and feel prevailing peace. The emphasis for this retreat is not on the mind’s inquiry; instead it is on open-hearted awareness perceiving its own nature.

Registration for this retreat is on Multiversity website, click Learn More below to read more and register.


"First things, first. Our coming together is first and foremost to recognize our fundamental nature and realize the ground of being. The only true freedom is to be That, fully in the world. The embodiment of this realization is an extraordinary ordinariness – an expression of seamless wisdom and love. Often there is still a thread that says the ‘me’ is going to get it; the ‘me’ is going to wake up. And it just isn’t true. It actually wakes up out of the ‘me’."

Sharon Landrith