I know how hard it may seem to take time away, to take time for yourself.
As a woman, and especially as woman in business, you can get so busy that you forget to take time for yourself. And even if you remember it … let’s face it, how easy is it for you to making loving yourself up a priority when there’s just so much to do?
The daily activities of your business — serving (and finding!) clients, paying bills, staying healthy — can make it difficult for you remember, and stay connected to the sacred passion and purpose that got you here in the first place.
A retreat sounds like a nice idea, but somehow, the to-do list always gets in the way, doesn’t it? As I prepare the Deep Dive retreat offer I want to share some of the thoughts that are in my heart with you. [Edited to add the link to the Deep Dive page; which I now happily invite you to read!]
“Don’t wait. The time will never be just right.”
— Napoleon Hill
There’s always something to do, right? You, sister, have the magic power to put yourself at the top of your priority list. When I made myself #1 on my list, everything changed. First I learned how to choose to take care of myself first financially (and move my creditors down the list). Then I learned how to take care of myself and my belongings. And then finally I began to experience what it’s like to take care of my spirit — and to make my being
just as even more important than my doing.
“In order to understand the world, one has to turn away from it on occasion.”
― Albert Camus
It takes desire and intention to get to what’s really up and to clear the way for the next right action, doesn’t it? I start my grounding and meditation work for clients and groups by saying: “Turn away from your problems, and from the world, and turn toward the Divine, to your source. Let your energy sink down from your busy mind to your heart, and feel your heart open in invitation.” I do the same internal process in my own sacred workings. I want to share what I’ve been taught with you that helps open the channels to ease, peace, and clarity. Hint: First you look at the stuck places, then you release what’s got you stuck. Then you can welcome the vision and commit to the actions.
“You can’t control the past, but you can control where you go next.”
We are called to make so many decisions in our business and in our lives — sometimes it feels endless. When you get quiet, and open yourself in quiet retreat, you can get the clarity you need so you know in which direction you’ll take your next step. And be held in the planning and commitment as you go.
“You don’t choose the day you enter the world and you don’t choose the day you leave. It’s what you do in between that makes all the difference.”
– Anita Septimus
You deserve all the support you need as you manifest your passion and purpose and serve those beautiful clients who need what you have to give. You may have a coach, a mastermind, an accountability support team. And then there’s the support that comes from turning inward and clearing the way to hear that still small voice that speaks through your heart.
I’m creating this retreat for you because I know how hard it is to make space for yourself without support.
The Deep Dive Retreat is all about providing the support you need to rest, rejuvenate, go deep, remember, and restore. A day in guided retreat also opens you to clarity where you may have felt stuck in confusion. Or just plain stuck. And then to release what no longer serves you so you can welcome the vision of what’s next and commit to it.
I invite you to think about what a retreat can do for you.
What would it be like to turn away from the world for a night and a day, and in sacred space, dive deep, review, release, restore, revise, and recommit? What would it take to give yourself this gift? Check out the Deep Dive and see if now is the time for you to give yourself this powerful gift.
Share your experiences, your thoughts. Let’s talk in the comments.