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Join us for a day of inner work,  shadow work, knowing the beauty of you, experience the wonderful inner knowing and gain clarity and an opportunity to start a full blown love affair with yourself through our silent retreat that includes meditation, breath work, silent yoga, lunch and snack on a beautiful ranch property.

Meditation

ONE DAY
SILENT RETREAT

1. What to expect? 

You will spend time with nature along with meditations, sound bath, lunch and snack.
 

2. When?

We'll be having one in September and/or October when the weather is good.
 

3. Where?

At a beautiful ranch property.
 

4. How much and how to avail?

It is $95 per person and you can reserve your slot by clicking this button once we confirmed the date of the event.
 

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"I'm always looking for natural ways to better myself. Body-Mind-Soul. Thank you for coming and being a part of my life. Today was amazing!" - Catherine Becker

FAQ:

1. What is a silent retreat?

Silent retreats encourage participants to take a vow of silence for a given time. That means no talking during meditations as well as during meals, yoga, journaling, reading, and other activities. By removing distractions and verbal communication, participants can reach a deep level of solitary contemplation and personal reflection.
 

2. How a Silent Retreat May Benefit You?

  • You’ll benefit from a digital detox

Considering no talking is a primary tenet of silent retreats, that means parting ways with your phone. Without the constant stream of distractions in the form of impossibly long text threads and ever-changing social feeds, you may find yourself more focused and more deeply connected to your fellow practitioners—even without talking to them. The concentration and efficiency afforded by a digital detox will likely extend beyond your retreat, too.
 

  • You may find more joy and beauty in the world around you

In reality, silent retreats aren’t all that silent. But by removing many of the noises we as humans can have control over, we’re left with the calming, serene sounds of nature. And because silent retreats often take place in gorgeous, tranquil settings, you’ll be able to appreciate the picturesque scenes right in front of you.
 

  • You’ll likely become more mindful

Mindfulness, or “maintaining a moment-by-moment awareness of our thoughts, feelings, bodily sensations, and the surrounding environment through a gentle, nurturing lens,” often goes hand-in-hand with silent retreats. Several studies back up the connection between silent meditation and mindfulness, while other research suggests mindfulness can boost immune system health, benefit people with insomnia, and improve quality of life.
 

  • You’ll be better equipped to handle the tough stuff

By turning inward through silence, you may be faced with some uncomfortable thoughts and feelings. Prolonged silence can help you better process and manage negative thoughts and teach you to stop reacting to negative sensations—both during the retreat and long after.
 

  • Your brain may become more efficient

By turning inward through silence, you may be faced with some uncomfortable thoughts and feelings. Prolonged silence can help you better process and manage negative thoughts and teach you to stop reacting to negative sensations—both during the retreat and long after.
 

  • You’ll be proud of yourself

It may be hard to compare running a marathon to a silent retreat, but they’re both challenging in their own ways. Devoting so much time to your own thoughts takes patience, diligence, and even bravery. At the end of your retreat, it’ll be hard not to feel proud of the work you put into your mental health and wellbeing.
 

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"I enjoyed very much the stillness, the property and being able to stay cool! I'm not fond of the Texas heat."

- Dottie Claggett