The goal of a spiritual retreat at home is to dedicate time and space to connecting with Spirit in a way that makes you feel good. It's about creating a space for peaceful reflection, listening to guidance and setting intentions about how you want to present yourself in the world. A weekend retreat at home is a simple (and affordable) thing you can do to have a big impact on your overall well-being. We all suffer from exhaustion from time to time, however, a regular practice of self-care, in the form of time alone and nutritious activities at home, can change the rules of the game.
For the record, I don't see DIY retreats as an equal alternative to a typical wellness retreat with teachers, healthy meals, spa treatments, and beautiful landscapes. While a week-long yoga retreat or meditation dive may be just what your doctor prescribed (and doctors prescribe stress-relieving activities), your wallet might be more satisfied if you stay at home. I have used this Guide to Personal Spiritual Retreats to structure my time and I am very excited to also offer you this free guide to personal retreats. Enjoy a magical Chaya yoga retreat and connect with a yoga cleanse and digital detox in Ibiza from May 11 to 18.In addition to cost and time, there is flexibility in terms of who you retire with, your activities, the sleeping conditions, and the general intention or purpose of the retreat.
Use this personal retreat guide with scripture passages, prompts, and thoughtful questions to delve into the Word and structure your retirement time.