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“Walking the Veil” Goddess Retreat!!!
OCTOBER 26-28, 2012
This intimate retreat is a time for women to explore their personal power, have fun, read, kick back, hike, to walk the labyrinth and to dance their dreams into reality!
We will be doing “Veil Work”; honoring and letting go of past events, people, ideas, thought patterns, and ways of living that no long serve us.
The veil between the worlds is thin at this time the ancients called Samhain, a moment when Mother Earth honors the stilling of the land.
This is the time to honor the dead, please bring photos of loved ones in Spirit as well as items representing the ending or letting go of a cycle to be placed in the circles center.
Salamander Camp has three huge yurts; one is the kitchen, one for ceremonial work and one for sleeping (beds and futons). It has showers, a complete kitchen, wood- burning stoves for heat, composting toilets, electricity, hot tub, a labyrinth, fairy grotto, hiking trails, and old growth Redwoods.
You will have lots of quiet time for yourself; walk in the forest, sit by the stream, meditate, read , journal, sit in the sun, enjoy the hot tub, do arts and crafts, movement and dance, hiking, or whatever your heart desires.
The price includes all your meals and lodging. There is a Chef specializing in Organic and Gluten free meals on site. The delicious and organic meals are prepared by Chef Dasha Bogdanova . Please tell us if you have any dietary restrictions.
The retreat is located at Salamander Camp which is less than 10 minutes outside of Los Gatos in the Santa Cruz Mountains but you would never know you were near a city. This is my fifth year facilitating retreats, references available!
October 26-28th. Arrival: Friday 2-5pm. Opening Circle at 7:00pm. Depart: Sunday by 6 pm.
The cost is $350 for three days and two nights. Credit Cards accepted, and Paypal available at www.elizabethabarton.com or send checks to my office - 2555 Flores # 300, San Mateo, CA 94403.
Facilitated by Reverend Elizabeth Barton of the Transformative Therapy Center, San Mateo