We invite you to begin 2024 by gathering and listening to your own way of knowing in the midst of life’s sorrows and joys. This three-day in-person Circle of Trust© provides spaciousness to connect to ways of renewal and perspective to nourish personal and collective courage for these challenging times.
“Grief and love are sisters, woven together from the beginning. Their kinship reminds us that there is no love that does not contain loss and no loss that is not a reminder of the love we carry for what we once held close. Alone and together, death and loss affect us all.”
― Francis Weller, The Wild Edge of Sorrow
We know that heartbreak and loss coexist alongside experiences of great love and beauty. And increasingly, we feel the intensity of these oscillations in our lives. Whether it’s the societal divides or ecological breakdowns of our time, or personal losses closer to home, it’s helpful to carve out a space with other trusted journeyers to reflect upon and integrate the changes afoot.
We invite you to begin 2024 by gathering and listening to your own way of knowing in the midst of life’s sorrows and joys. This three-day in-person Circle of Trust© provides spaciousness to connect to ways of renewal and perspective to nourish personal and collective courage for these challenging times. You are needed as we all contribute to the whole. Let’s connect with our deep truths to cultivate seeds of wonder, inquiry and courage.
Circle of Trust© retreats offer a unique opportunity to slow down, renew and rekindle one’s courage. Based on the work of educator and activist, Parker J. Palmer (A Hidden Wholeness, Let Your Life Speak, The Courage to Teach), and the Center for Courage & Renewal, each circle brings together core practices of reflection and connection to align soul and role.
At the start of the year, together, we will:
Nurture personal and professional integrity and the courage to align soul and role.
Listen to your innate ways of knowing, exploring internal pace, movement, and expression to discern desires and direction.
Integrate embodied practices to ground and strengthen presence.
Work in community – with small group, whole group, and individual time to connect with self, others and place.
Begin the year on a note that deeply resonates with the spacious knowing.
Identify ways to embody relational and communal care.
Hallelujah Farm is nestled into the southwest corner of New Hampshire, just outside of Brattleboro, VT. Fields and woods provide spaciousness for reflection, ramblings and connection with nature. Accommodations are double and single rooms. Day participation is offered.
Travel: Hallelujah Farm is 13 minutes from Brattleboro, VT; 2.5 hours from Burlington, VT; 2 hours from Boston, MA; 1.5 hours from the Manchester NH and Hartford CT airports.
Fees include nourishing meals, facilitation. Thanks to our generous donor base, scholarship funds available to assist. Please email email@example.com.
$575: double room occupancy;
$675 single room occupancy (limited availability):
$375 day rate.
Fees include nourishing meals, facilitation.
Thanks to our generous donor base, scholarship funds available to assist. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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