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WHAT’S NEW? A Retreat Just for Retreat Leaders!

Retreat Mastermind Morocco: Marrakesh, Morocco
May 14-20th, 2017

jemaa-el-fnaaIf you’re a transformation retreat leader who’s ready to travel the world, make a difference AND make more money – then join Sheri Rosenthal for a retreat planning + marketing mastermind adventure!

Marrakesh is the PERFECT place to spend 5 delightful days (and 6 nights) brainstorming, planning and marketing your transformational destination retreat while learning the finer details of retreat management and best practices.

So why should YOU join us? Simple, this is the PERFECT environment to get your retreat plan and your marketing strategy nailed down. There’s no need to do this alone, worried about whether you’re doing things the right way or not – or whether you’re going to be able to sell out your event!

The Retreat Mastermind Morocco is JUST what you’ve been looking for to get the help you need to create amazing retreats in your business! Plus we’ll be exploring the fabulous city of Marrakesh, eating incredibly delicious food, shopping in the souks, and availing ourselves of some of the most body-melting spa services while staying at the legendary 5-star hotel, La Maison Arabe.

Details for Morocco on Sheri’s Website!

Blessings & love, Sheri

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Movement Medicine – Eco Yoga Retreat: Bali
March 26 – April 2nd, 2017

Bali Spiritual retreat

If you’re a YOGI, dancer or lover of MOVEMENT who wants to experience a DEEPER relationship to the union of BREATH and motion and fall in LOVE again with the FLOW of the BODY, then join Delamay Devi and special guests for this UNFORGETTABLE eco-yoga retreat in beautiful Bali!

We start and end each day gathering together in the yoga shala. Setting intentions, writing, breathing and moving as one. Our morning practices are more dynamic with the intention of energizing and waking up the body and our evening practices are more restorative and meditative with lots of reflection and witnessing the relationship between the body, the mind and the breath.

Along with the daily yoga, movement and meditation practices Delamay will be offering a optional 36 hour Movement Medicine Teacher Training module. This is a experiential exploration into Movement as a Medicinal practice with the theme movement as non verbal language. It is a journey into self-enquiry with a variety of kriyas and movement pathways connected to the Elements, the Vayus and the Chakras plus hands on assists and a choreographed sequence to make your own during the week.

Trip tuition: From $1799 USD per person double occupancy depending on the room you choose – breakfasts included.

Details for Bali on Delamay’s Website!


Reset Your Life – The Ultimate Self-Renewal Retreat: Byron Bay, Australia
February 10-15th, 2017

If you’re a hard-working woman who’s craving time out to rest, relax, be pampered, and gain clarity with your life, then join Julie McDonald on this transformational retreat to hit the reset button to a magnificent new life!

We’ll start off each morning by awakening your senses with the subtle movement practice of Qigong, a gentle Eastern art aimed at gathering life energy while relaxing and strengthening the body. And we’ll finish our morning wakeup with a peaceful, guided meditation, leaving you truly relaxed, centered and ready for the day.

You’ll have the chance to let go of everything that is holding you back from living a heartfelt, soul-centred life. This retreat will give you the space to get clear and discover what you need, what’s important to you, what you want and how to create it. And finally, you will leave feeling deeply relaxed, refreshed and ready to begin the rest of your life – an amazing, authentic life truly worth living!

Trip Tuition: $1690-2490 AUD depending on the room chosen. All meals included.

Details on Julie’s website!



Making Sense of a World That’s Lost it’s Mind

earth2It hasn’t been a great week for humanity and planet earth. Yet again we’ve had to deal with the effects of terrorism, extremism, and how to deal with people who can only hate rather than find the divine in others. 

Whereas my judgmental ego-mind wants to blow these terrorists off the face of the earth – the spiritually-minded part of me recognizes that is what happens when you use aggression on people – it comes back to you in ways that you often haven’t planned for.

I’ve never seen a good war – or one that had the “loser” feeling happy or appreciative. All it does is make the survivors angry and want revenge. Anger begets anger, hate begets hate, terror begets terror.

It takes a high level of consciousness on the part of the loser to want reconciliation rather than revenge – and in today’s circumstances that is not likely to happen.

night-skyI have many Muslim friends and they will tell you that their religion is about love, and I agree. Christianity is about love too and their past is filled with violence (like during the Crusades). Every other religion has also had it’s share of not very loving actions too. We can use any system, however lofty, to justify hurting others who don’t agree with what we believe.

**Ghandi justified violence in certain exceptional circumstances. The Dalai Lama does not support violence in any circumstance.

Although Ghandi and the Dalai Lama belong to two powerful faiths, Jainism and Buddhism respectively, which originated around the same time (Mahavir, who was more or less the Buddha’s contemporary, founded Jainism, whose core principle is extreme nonviolence), neither chose to turn his faith into a political weapon to sway public opinion. In many ways, however, the Dalai Lama can be considered Ghandi’s successor insomuch as both represented an unconventional moral force.

“I sincerely believe that tolerance, compassion, and nonviolence eventually prevail,” the Dalai Lama

I sure hope the Ghandi and Dalai Lama is right. I know I don’t have the answers to any of the insanity that we are experiencing in this lifetime. I also know that it’s a waste of time to try to make sense of what is insane. All I can do for now is to do my best to keep my heart open, and I hope you can do the same. ♥

Blessings & love, Sheri

**Quote from Dalai Lama: Man Monk Mystic by Mayank Chhaya

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