“Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?”
Dharma Wild offers Transformational Experiences in Wild Nature
Dharma Wild is based in the Southwest USA and offers retreats and spiritual mentoring, in Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, and Arizona. David Clark, the founder of Dharma Wild makes his home traveling along the back-roads; backpacking, camping, and hiking in the deserts and canyons of the Southwest.
While fulfilling his own soul’s desire and calling to spend as much time as possible in wild nature, this also allows David the freedom to travel, offering wilderness retreats and events throughout the Southwest, and the ability to deliver personally designed programs, and spiritual mentoring.
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Dharma Wild Core Beliefs
- Every human being is born into this world with a purpose to fulfill.
- Our sense of happiness and wellbeing is achieved as we pursue and live out our true purpose.
- The discovery of our purpose is very difficult in our modern, urbanized world, largely cut off from wild nature.
- We are birthed from nature and nature is the best teacher to assist us in discovering and offering our gift to the world.
- The Wild “out there” reflects and mirrors the wild of our own “inner” wild nature.
- The mission of Dharma Wild is to offer programs that focus on the foundational experience of the Vision Quest
Founder of Dharma Wild
Like many who are probably considering embarking on a vision quest, I was an absolute neophyte. I had a rough idea of what the process was about and maybe a slight inkling of what it might entail, but that was it. I stumbled upon David watching a video about him on...
Meet David, a retired Episcopal Priest who now lives in an Isuzu Trooper SUV. He's found peace and harmony by living in nature and continues to serve others by leading them on their own personal Vision Quest.
“Cosmic Creating Show” 9/1/18 with Jan Shaw and guest David Clark, who is passionate about assisting others to explore their true nature, meditation and the nature of mind in wilderness settings, using traditional meditation practices as well as drawing upon an integral spiritual model.