The Flowering of the Heart
7:30am -1:30pm Pacific
"Grieving falsehood and restoring basic sanity is the flowering of the heart."
Where in your being are you longing for grieving? In this retreat, we will explore where you shine and where the false self longs to let go. Retreat gives us the time and space to devote ourselves to what matters most. Come join us for a two day online immersion of devotion and discovery of your whole self. We will spend our time sharing authentically from our experience and soaking in the healing light of what is.
Chesaray is a gifted healer that is filled with down-to-earth wisdom and loving presence. For over 15 years she has studied and practiced ancient spiritual traditions, somatic psychology, conscious movement, holistic health, and bodywork. Because she faced tremendous difficulties during a dark night of the Soul, she has a gift for meeting people where they're at and supporting their awakening.
7:30am – 9:30am Pacific
7:30am – 9:30am Pacific
Nervous System Friendly
Most of how technology is used inhibits the mind from dropping into slow rhythms of deep healing, connection, and rest. Unless there is an emergency, join us in discovering what a short digital detox might offer inside and outside of our meeting times. Please activate auto response, handle your business before the starting time, and prioritize your inner life until retreat ends. We trust in your maturity, inner integrity, and self-commitment to follow this possibly not so easy guideline. If you have a technology conflict, please contact the organizer to see if an exception can be made.
The cost for this Online Retreat is $200
Partial financial scholarships and work-trade opportunities are available.
If you have the ability to support another or need financial support we offer a sliding scale of $125-250
To sign up or for more information please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Confidentiality is essential to the healing strength of the retreat. This event will be recorded and no recording will be used without a participant's permission. What is shared in retreat is a spiritual practice in itself. We have found people can go deeper if their personal content is only theirs to bring up. We ask that only the person who shares speak about their experience, and that others keep any advice, cross talk, or discussion of other peoples content to themselves. If something is evoked, you're welcome to express what is alive for you without referring to other people's shares.