diamonds and trust nuggets
Self-Directed Retreat for women
There's still some space for a few women to join us the first weekend in November (2-4) for whatever you need to do, undo, or not do during this (take a breath) Truly Unusual Self-Scheduled Self-Directed Personal-Agenda Silent-and-Talking Retreat Opportunity for Women (with Support Available) at Beautiful Light on the Hill. This costs the least of any retreat I've done or will do, because I'm just charging you what the retreat center charges for an individual room and delicious vegetarian meals from Friday dinner through Sunday lunch.
We'll have a skeletal structure for the group to follow with ample opportunities for going with your own flow and responding to your own needs and inner directives, all with a clear intention you've created before the retreat begins. (I can help with that if you need guidance.) The option for dance/expressive movement on Friday and Saturday nights with Laura Beck is a particularly appealing part of the retreat for most participants. More energy will blow in on Saturday morning with Susan Rausch coming to take interested participants outdoors for connecting to the earth and to their own awareness and sensory perceptions.
Find more information and directions for how to register on the events page of my website. You may also want to check out Light on the Hill's website if you've never been to their beautiful space in Van Etten, New York. Finally, feel free to simply call (607.339.9714) or write (email@example.com) with questions or to sign up.
Curious about Coaching?
I offer a free 60-minute exploration session. I'll leave you with plenty to think about and the possibility of stepping into new perspectives that move you toward peace, personal empowerment, and greater trust in life. To schedule this session, simply follow this link: http://www.jayathetrustcoach.com/consultation-contact.html
My most popular Facebook post in the past month:
If a door seems to slam in your face, give double thanks. Phew--wrong door, and you almost went through!
Second most popular:
As long as you send out those tentacles to test for what others think of you, you cannot be fully free to hold your highest vision for your life and move consistently in that direction. What they think has no bearing (none) on your chances for living in ever more graceful alignment. Pull those tentacles back in as quickly as you catch them probing outward.
Third most popular:
Hold the vision and trust the process--especially when you're overwhelmed. Don't give way to paralysis when too much needs to be done. Do one small thing (one part toward the whole) with an open heart. This creates lightness where you feel heavy. Stay with me: treat the one thing as a vote for what you're creating; consider it a symbolic act; think of it as the microcosm or hologram--the part that stands for, even contains, the whole. When you keep repeating the story of overwhelm, you're crushing yourself with your own words. I've found again and again that when I take some small action and stay open, the way opens up for more to happen than I thought possible. Hold the vision, trust the process, take one action.
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