Spiritual Retreats Practical Guide – Blog
A retreat invites you to connect.
A retreat is to withdraw from what moves outside and retreat inwards; an opportunity to live different and enriching experiences, which open the way to change or making more successful decisions in our daily life.
Guidelines to consider when choosing a retreat
There are currently hundreds of retreats a year, with different durations ranging from a weekend to 10 days or more. This can be confusing and, since I know what you are going through, I am going to suggest a series of tips that you can take into account so that the retreat you decide for you is the one you really need.
Retreats are for everyone. What we all look for when going on a retreat is pause, mindfulness, joy, exercise, connection, introspection, fresh air, nature, emotional expression. And what does this stand for? It stands for LIFE AND LOVE.
The mind is a talking radio that is always broadcasting
“I can’t empty my mind” Does this sound familiar to you? This is a statement that is very often heard when offering a meditation or mindfulness retreat. Unfortunately, this unables the person to plunge into this interesting experience.
Alternative vacations : What are its benefits?
Nowadays, as we approach the holidays or long weekends we feel eager to leave the city. Get away a little, go to the beach or the mountain, with the desire to forget the stressful work and the madness of the city. Considering alternative vacations can change our lives.
In an era in which multitasking and being always busy is glorified it seems to me that it is easy to get lost in the daily maelstrom.
However, we all need time for ourselves, to recognize ourselves and to know what our soul’s desire is.
What is it, for whom and how does it work?
I have heard in many conversations, and I have seen on social networks, something like Ashtanga Mysore style is not for beginners. I would say that the Mysore style is one of the safest for beginners due to the rhythm in which it is transmitted from teacher to student individually and personally.
Let’s clear your doubts!
The well-being for the soul
Going on a spiritual retreat is like taking a big bath of conscience and well-being for your soul.
Welcome! Because, if you are reading this is possibly because you are considering attending a retreat where the dominant tool is Coaching, but, maybe, you are not sure of what it is and how it can help you. Learn more here!
The magic of retreats in nature
Something dormant awakens in you when you go on a retreat in nature. The sixth sense is awakened, the awareness of Being, the joy of living, for being and existing.
Although there is a feeling that you take home a l
Stop and feel, let’s see what happens. Below are 6 points that will help you see what surrounds you from the most important point of view: your well-being.
Personally, I live retreats as a space where to be in touch with myself without distractions and recover my well-being. A place to change habits that do not make me feel good, such as using a smartphone.