DECISION-MAKING, DISCERNMENT AND DISCOVERY OF LIFE PURPOSE
July 30 - August 2
Cost: $365 ($175 commuter rate)
Starts Monday at 7:30pm through Thursday after lunch
A retreat for anyone facing major changes and decisions or simply wishing to examine the choices they make on a daily basis and the consequences in their life.
We will draw on the wisdom and guidelines of Ignatian Spirituality as well psychological insights from Carl Jung and John Monbourquette. We will also examine the effects of past woundedness and how discernment can be a healing process. Input sessions will be balanced by meditative activities and periods of silence for prayer and reflection.
You will learn and use techniques that have proven helpful in the decision-making process and leave with a better understanding of your own decision-making style and a deeper understanding of what you are being called to do at this point in your life.
THIS IS NOT A SILENT RETREAT. Meals can be taken in silence or in conversation.
For further information email Kathryn at firstname.lastname@example.org Registration is through Mount Carmel.