Do you have a vision you keep ignoring?
Are you ready to go deeper?
In this weekend retreat, we will tap the visions lying under the surface of consciousness for our personal and community growth. It will be a special time for you to pause and reconnect with your own dreams and longings that may have been long buried, as we develop a long-term vision for the Center.
At its best, spiritual community is a dynamic and supportive container…a place for you to grow, be inspired, renew a sense of meaning, and be supported and held as you express your highest destiny and purpose in this life.
In the midst of chaotic social, cultural and environmental change, the Center will to continue to serve as a nurturing and supportive beacon whose mission is in harmony and alignment with the individual destinies of its members. As we sense into the needs of our community, we will uncover the heart of our new vision for the Center.
In this retreat, you will connect with deep inner wisdom, somatically experience Source energy, and uncover the creative visions that lie within. Spirit brings surprise, and we invite you to join us and be surprised by what emerges from your own inner well.
You will leave inspired, enlivened and recharged.
Friday 7 PM - 10 PM
Saturday 1:30 PM - 4 PM
$50 for Friday night AND Saturday afternoon
Our guide for this weekend retreat is Kim Hermanson, PhD., author of Getting Messy: A Guide to Taking Risks and Opening the Imagination and Sky's the Limit: The Art of Nancy Dunlop Cawdrey. She is also the founder of Doorway sessions for Creative Breakthroughs, known for her skill in quickly shifting people out of spiritual and psychological difficulties into the profound beauty, healing and creative inspiration of Source Energy. Kim has developed powerful methods for rich connection with the Other side and the profound movement of the Deep Creative.
“Not since Carlos Castenada’s books 40 years ago, have I had such a strong reaction. Kim’s work is pioneering.”
~ Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, New York Times bestselling author of Flow: The Psychology of Optimal Experience and co-author with Kim of several articles on learning and creativity