​Serene Retreat in North Georgia

Welcome to NaMestoyFarm

Welcome to NaMestoyFarm

Welcome To NaMestoy Farm  

If you're looking for serenity and peace, you've come to the right place. At NaMestoyFarm we provide space for both personal and group retreats.There are 14 acres to roam, enjoy the natrual wooded beauty, gaze at the sunset, and literally smell the roses that bloom in abundant glory. NaMestoyFarm has been located in North Georgia since 2011. We look forward to your visit........


​February Events

February 18 Sacred Circle 9am - 11am

Come join us! What stimulating conversations we are having, and we're interested in everyone's perspective. When we sit together in Circle, we wait for inspiration; and when it comes, we speak it as the enlightened beings we know ourselves to be.  

We follow the Council of Peace guidelines: 
"We agree to refrain from judging, persuading, defending or interrupting those with whom we are in dialogue. 
We agree to be curious and to be real. 
We agree to listen, in order to understand, regardless of whether our views are similar or different. 
We agree to hold this space as sacred and to be with one another here in openness and love."
Everyone is welcome to join us.
No reservations needed and there is no fee.


February 24 Healing With Karen 12 noon - 2pm

Karen is our beloved energy healer who is with us the last Sunday of each month! She has so many modalities of proficiency. She is certified in yoga, Aruvedic medicine and naturopathy so she does more than just reiki healing while she focuses on each indiviidual who enters the sacred healing space in our meditation room. Having such a comprehensive approach to healing and wellness, she can always suggest a natural way for us to heal and maintain our body, mind and spirit. The minute we enter the room we can sense the holy Presence of Spirit. Karen becomes the conduit through which blocks in our mind, body, and spirit are removed so that our natural ability to heal ourselves is released. This Sunday Karen will be working with individuals in the meditation room while the rest of us will be receiving healing from the Gongs and group healing from one another.
Love offerings accepted


March 22 – 24 Power of Women Retreat Kathy Stringer

Join us for a three day all inclusive retreat at the beautiful
 NaMestoy Farm's Retreat Center in Cumming GA on Friday March
 22 – Sunday, March 24 as we celebrate the power of women
 coming together with a shared intention to release suffering
 and re-frame our perspectives. Our journey is intended to
 create a safe place to focus on our deepest desires and to
 clarify what is holding us back from living them. We will be open
to how we are divinely led from a powerful place of surrender to
accepting “what is” and releasing the resistance that is causing
suffering. In the beauty of NaMestoy, we’ll come together in community
to share laughter and tears as we take a much needed “Retreat”
 from the world around us.
 Website http://www.womansjourneyretreat.com/

 Event Pagehttps://www.facebook.com/events/530904120747544/

Please See Calendar Page for details on 
all Ongoing Events

Feb. 18 Sacred Circle 9-11am
Feb. 24  Healing With Karen 12-2pm

Nancy's Notes

Beloved Community, 

In 1935 droves of people were making trips to India to ask Ramana Maharshi the question, "Who am I?" Mr. Iyer of South Indian Railway said, "There is a trifling halting-place in my meditation. When I ask myself, 'Who am I?' my reasoning proceeds as follows; I see my hand. Who sees it? My eye. How to see the eye? In a mirror. Similarly to see me, there must be a mirror. 'Which is to supply the place of the mirror in me?' is my question."

Maharshi replied, "Then why do you enquire, 'Who am I?' Why do you say you are troubled and so on? You could as well remain quiet. Why do you rise out of your composure?

Mr. Iyer said, "Enquiring thus helps me to concentrate. Is concentration the only benefit? 
Maharshi ended with the proclamation, "What more do you want? Concentration is the thing. What makes you come out of your quiet?

"Because I am drawn out." Mr. Iyer replied.

Maharshi said, "Enquiry of 'Who am I?" means finding the source of 'I'.
(The gist of Maharshi's words seems to be that one should make a concerted effort and not give it up baffled, with a defeatist mentality).

I've been having some defeatist thoughts and feelings lately. I'm easily drawn out of my quiet. With nine dogs having World War III yesterday in the compost pile, and all of us living here attempting to end the war and succor the wounded having such diverse opinions; it's been a challenge to stay concentrated in my highest vibration. I go to my room and wait in the silence trying to remember who I am, but my thoughts and emotions want to find someone to blame for the upset. Our dogs don't seem to have the capacity to hold grudges. But they don't seem to have the capacity to concentrate on who they are either. Are we humans the only species who has this capacity? I notice, however, that when the fight is over and the blood washed away, the dogs easily give up on their need to be right. They become silent, concentrate, start licking one another's wounds, cuddle together in a huddle, and then go outside to play.

Wow! Maybe our dogs know better than humans who they really are? It would have been so comforting if all of us humans involved in the incident would have become silent, concentrated on our heart knowledge, started licking one another's wounds, cuddled together in a huddle and then went outside to play.

The opportunity of having little or no control over the dogs or the people who stay here is giving me the message that Maharshi gave Mr. Iyer. "Why do you say you are troubled and so on? You could as well remain quiet." That's a definite problem for me. It doesn't take much for me to rise out of my composure? I will be enquiring about this "I" that "I Am" tomorrow for four hours because concentration is the thing. I will notice what makes me come out of the quiet, and then apply that understanding whenever I find myself in a tizzy throughout the days ahead. 

Nancy & Family

Even as a mother protects with her life her child, her only child,

So with a boundless heart should one cherish all living beings;

Radiating kindness over the entire world

Spreading upwards to the skies, & downwards to the depths; Outwards & unbounded