Thank you, thank you! We learned so much and brought back so many things to incorporate more fully into our lives. You helped us remember how near we are to the Source of all things and about the abundance of Spirit. Thank you for helping us grow in Spirit, truth and love, for a healing retreat and a nourishing vacation, and for following your dream! Thank you for the opportunity to learn, share and grow. You are an inspiration and will not be forgotten.
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Much love to you both! A very positive experience, the retreat was great and the workshops were outstanding and enlightening. Everything was beautiful and the activities were excellent and a lot of fun. The week was a great way for us to become grounded as we look to our future together. Our greatest lesson was that we co-create with God. Thank you for an incredible retreat and fabulous week. We welcome you to learn, discover, heal, and grow as a couple through a spiritual retreat with Western Spirit Enrichment Center in beautiful Sedona, Arizona. Your main source of learning and healing yourself is your relationships.
Through the joy and pain of interaction with other people—your spouse, partner, relatives, friends, colleagues, co-workers, and strangers—you progress on your spiritual path in order to learn about love from all sides. Through this process, you will discover there is no separation of yourself from another. The realization of your true spiritual nature is a powerful healing force in a relationship, and love is the ultimate healer.
Relationships need nurturing and attention to survive. A true romantic relationship answers your need for connection, intimacy, adventure, magic and spirituality. You do your healing through relationships. The real purpose of an intimate relationship is not that it be a place where you can hide from your weaknesses, but rather where you can safely let them go. We seek out partnerships to experience aspects of ourselves that cannot be experienced when we are alone.
This is what makes our relationships both exciting and difficult, adventurous and fearful. By loving more freely and without fear, you can renew your relationship through loving actions. Realize that your happiness comes from within first, not from outside you. Forgive the past; it is over.
Learn from it and let it go. Through understanding and love you can dissolve fear and anger, for the task of love is to understand and forgive. The more love you give, the more love is returned to you. It is not how much you give, but how much love you put into the giving that is important. In a relationship retreat or marriage retreats, like our Couples Retreat, you will learn how to detach from your fears and negative emotions in order to give love—positively transforming yourself and your relationship.
The Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act and the Affordable Health Care Act now require insurance companies to offer the same level of coverage for treating mental-health issues such as domestic counseling, depression, addictions, alcoholism, eating disorders, substance-abuse, and other health problems as they do for any other illness. If you or your partner are dealing with any of these issues, we can help.
Couples are often referred to Western Spirit by their marriage counselor or therapist. Meeting with a Native American healer. Daily guided meditations. A spa massage.
The Balancing Act A Daily Rediscovery Of Grace. 2018
Western Spirit Enrichment Center is an Arizona IRS-approved c 3 non-profit spiritual organization guided by Spirit to keep our prices reasonable so those in need can avail themselves of the services we offer, regardless of financial situation. Couples Retreats Change of Scenery. A couple of cold Saturdays of popcorn munching and sentence-crunching take me through both. Interestingly, while the first was written by a renown chef with little farming knowledge and the second by an nationally-known agronomist who was never a chef, both books focus on the straight line that once connected local farming to food and farmers directly to local eaters.
That now nearly gone route, each predicts, likely will re-emerge in the future as the simplest, tastiest route between farmers and consumers. Keeney, the one-time Iowa farmboy and, now, a retired Iowa State University agronomist. After a distinguished teaching and research career at the University of Wisconsin, Keeney finally bridged the two by becoming the first director of the Leopold Center for Sustainable Agriculture at Iowa State University. It was a homecoming, often rewarding, sometimes challenging.
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With all that's going on in life, it's easy to miss those quiet moments of grace which come more often than we realize. But they are there. In The Balancing Act, a collection of thirty short and insightful devotional readings originally written for his blog at www. Topics include spiritual attentiveness, life goals, and prayer. Download a brochure on all available Five Practices products. John Ortberg. The Principle of the Path. Andy Stanley. Wild Goose Chase.
The Balancing Act: A Daily Rediscovery Of Grace
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