Research has long proven that connection with nature has a profound healing effect on the physical and emotional health of human beings. This weekend is an opportunity to connect with nature on a deeper level, get to know ourselves better, and develop a calm and alert mind. By doing this we can begin to live our lives with greater ease, clarity, and joy. We’ll spend time throughout the weekend learning and practicing techniques for quieting the mind, including meditation, enjoying silence, and movement practices (if you’re new to these practices, you’ll get plenty of instruction).
The Weekend is for people who:
feel most alive and happy outdoors and who want to build a relationship with nature
want to hit the reset button of daily life and experience a sense of groundedness
feel lost on their current journey or have lost sight of their vision for their life
are moving through a life transition
experience a lot of stress and anxiety and need the solace of nature to replenish
are in the process of grieving and want the nurturing support of nature and community
would benefit of "letting go" of something in your life
Dates: October 6th - 8th, 2017 Introductory Price Cost: $250 for cabin accommodation $200 for tent accommodation *single occupancy lodge rooms available, please let me know if you'd like more info on this option. The cost includes healthy vegetarian meals, accommodations and weekend materials.
What would it be like, to instead of simply visiting nature, actually build a relationship with the natural world? This weekend is an opportunity to connect with nature on a deep level and consequently know ourselves better to develop a profound inner calm and sense of peace.
Shepherd's Spring Outdoor Ministry Center in Sharpsburg, MD. About 1.5 hours from Baltimore About 1.5 hours from Washington, D.C. About 3 hours from Philadelphia
Gorgeous location - walking distance to the picturesque Potomac River and C & O Canal.
What to expect:
You will be invited to make a conscious choice to step out of your daily life and open to a new way of connecting with nature, with self and with your spirituality. You will:
connect with the beauty and peace around you through contemplative practices such as mindfulness, meditation, periods of silence and movement practices
reflect on the effects of nature on your psychological well-being and spirituality
connect with your fellow participants through small group sharing