Emersion Retreat: Painting the Landscape of Your Soul
February 21 to February 24, 2019
Greetings new students!
I am delighted that you will be joining the four day Painting the Landscape of Your Soul emersion in Pennsylvania. Your creative muse and this painting circle are holding space for your transformational healing and overall silliness.
During this retreat, you will reconnect with your Source energy as your journey toward integration, and wholeness—reawakening yourself to yourself.
As you prepare for your time here, begin conversation with the Land at Pendle Hill and Pennsylvania. This can be done by focusing your attention the Land, open your heart and tell the Land that you will be arriving in January to have fun, go deep and listen to your Soul’s desire. Ask the Land to help support you while you are there. To make your transition smoother, also let the place that you call home, know that you will be leaving for some time.
Please watch this 12-minute video and Read over my short on Creative Freedom.
Date & Time Details
February 21 — February 24, 2019
Thursday, Friday and Saturday:
10am–11:45am, 2:30pm–5:30pm, 7:00pm–9:00pm
Thursday, February 21, 2019
Please arrive by 9:30 am to receive you room assignments at the Barn (if you are staying at Pendle Hill Retreat Center). If you are a commuter then please arrive at the Art Studio by 9:45 to get settled in.
Program begins at 10 am in the Art Studio with an opening circle, orientation and our first session. So please be sure to be at the Art Studio by 9:45. The retreat comes to an end on Sunday, January 22nd at 4pm. Please plan on staying until 4pm.
Pendle Hill Retreat Center, 338 Plush Mill Rd, Wallingford, PA 19086, (610) 566-4507 >DIRECTIONS
Bring an Offering, which is an expression of gratitude, for Land. It can be a prayer, a song, a natural object, pray ties, anything natural that you can give to Land.
A watch (your phone will do)
Casual layered clothing that you can get paint on
Flashlight with new batteries- A MUST!
Toiletries: shampoo, etc. (if you are lodging at Pendle Hill)