When we take the time, we can hear our body’s wisdom and align with what is calling for attention. Rather than resolutions, let's begin 2023 in deep relationship.
“Within each of us there is a silence, a silence as vast as the universe.
And when we experience that silence, we remember who we are.”
~ Gunilla Norris
Winter is the season of deep listening. Whispers that are birthed inside of us and in the earth are just beginning to dream and stretch. When we take the time, we can hear our body’s wisdom and align with what is calling for attention. Rather than resolutions, let’s begin 2023 in deep relationship.
We invite you to this Circle of Trust© to renew your courage for these challenging times in the world. 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 kindle one’s courage. Based on the work of educator and activist, Parker J. Palmer, a (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.
In this January retreat, together, we will:
♦Nurture personal and professional integrity and the courage to act on it
♦Listen to our innate ways of knowing, exploring internal pace, movement, and creative expression to discern desires and direction.
♦Work in community with small group, whole group, and individual time to connect with land, others and self.
♦Begin the year on a note that deeply resonates with the spacious knowing of our souls.
♦Create reminders to embody relational and communal care.
This retreat is facilitated by Courage and Renewal facilitators, joined by Suzanne Birdsall-Stone who brings practice, movement and art to the world. She values circles and community building, creating and welcoming them into her professional and personal life. She lives in the White Mountains of NH.
170 Gulf Road
Chesterfield, NH 03443
Venue Website https://www.hallelujahfarmretreat.com/
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.
$550 covers room, board, facilitation and materials. This can be paid in full or in three monthly installments. An initial payment of $150 reserves your spot in the circle.
Sliding Fee Structure:
In the spirit of extending welcome, the WholeHeart community rallies to raise funds each year through Valentines of Gratitude.
This fund provides support to increase access and welcome. The registration form provides a place to indicate fee adjustments based on need.
If you would like to support this work, and are unable to attend, your contribution to pay it forward to another participant can be offered through the WholeHeart Contribution page: https://wholeheartinc.org/donate
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