Homecoming – a 3-day retreat for women
Check-in begins at 3pm on Thursday, May 12, followed by supper at 6pm. Retreat will end with brunch on Sunday, May 15 at 10:30am.
The past few years have hugely impacted our lives, causing many of us to lose our balance, lose our tempers, lose our hope, lose our connection with the God of our Understanding and, in some cases, lose our way. It is time to come home, step back from it all, and take a breath.
This retreat will help us recover ourselves, deepen our serenity, and expand our spiritual consciousness. Through presentations, written exercises, ritual, music, meditation, prayer, and sharing, we will “gentle” ourselves while learning how to determine, or return to, what really matters. Participants will be given tools to let go of what no longer serves us, rebuilt trust in self, God, and others, keep communication open, and bring a more balanced and peaceful state of being into all our affairs.
Cost: $450, including meals and private room.
Facilitated by Betty Hill Crowson
Betty Hill Crowson's spiritual calling, life experiences, educational background, and passion/gift for helping others have led her to devoting her life to being a personal coach, conductor of spiritual workshops/retreats/seminars, and inspirational speaker. She is the author of two books: The Joy is in the Journey: A Women's Guide Through Crisis and Change, a book that outlines a course of action for women of all ages and stages to successfully maneuver through the challenges and complexities of life's crises and changes. And more recently, The Busy Person's Guide to Balance and Boundaries which outlines a proven process for recovering balance, improving relationships, and making the giant leap from human "doing" to a happier human "being."