From here, right now, I feel the call to retreat to the forest and, among the majestic and green trees, breathe …
A retreat is to withdraw from what moves outside, in your day to day, in your relationships, work, in the household and home duties. A Spiritual retreat invites you to retreat inwards. To connect and Breathe new air.
A retreat is an opportunity to live different and enriching experiences, which open the way to change or making more successful decisions in our daily life. From within and connecting with a new environment, with nature. Also, with new sensations and new people.
Connecting to oneself and allowing an experience of rest and peace, to later come back renewed and with greater joy. To come back lighter and possibly finding answers to situations that were difficult to solve at the time.
That is why a retreat does not aim to disconnect but, rather, to connect.
It is an invitation to listen to the connection with oneself, with our essence, with who we truly are, beyond the identity that we have built throughout our lives to survive, to then be able to bring this new perception to all areas of our life.
When I listen and hear myself, when I connect, I don’t need to disconnect anymore.
When I need to disconnect, it is because I want to get away from myself. I want to get away from what I am feeling, cover it, numb it …
We disconnect in many ways: with alcohol, with tobacco, buying, with internet …
To connect is to be in touch with myself, to feel, to listen to myself…
From this connection I can live my life from another place. It is a learning process, learning to live.
A retreat is a perfect space to remember that connection. Through dynamics that facilitate that encounter with oneself we learn to walk with more fluidity and well-being.
Changing the accelerated pace for a more conscious and calm rhythm. It is a return to the origin, it is going back home.
Accompanied by other people with the same motivation the purpose expands and gains strength. It is the power of the group with a common goal. Finding and seeing ourselves in the other and through each other. From outside to inside.
Fill yourself with more vitality and joy!
To retreat is not abandoning, leaving, moving away… It is gathering, feeling and joining what is needed inside to be better outside.
It is connecting, stopping and breathing.