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WHAT’S NEW? Treat yourself to a new adventure

As we approach the holiday season and the end of the year we tend to put even more stress on ourselves than we normally do.  During this busy season please remember that self-care is crucial.  I can’t think of a better way to show yourself some love than to travel your next adventures, can you? If you haven’t already – do take a peek at the new trips we have posted so far for 2018!

Blessings & love, Sheri

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Soul Ambrosia – Reset, Reclaim, Renew in Belize
February 2nd – 9th, 2018

Would You Love To:

  • Reset your daily rhythm, to calm and center your soul?
  • Reclaim your joy, to nourish your spirit?
  • Renew your connection to yourself and your passions?

Take the journey of a lifetime to the lush rainforest and tropical beaches of Belize.  Through inner exploration and outer adventures, you will calm the chatter in your brain, drop into your heart, and rediscover your soul’s passions and desires.  Allow your locks to click open, to access the boundless potential of your soul in present time.  Nourished with play and beauty, you’ll bring home the priceless tools and tricks of your Soul Ambrosia discoveries, to create more joy and fulfillment in your life with an everyday practice to continue your journey.  With amazing new retreat friends, to boot!

Soul Ambrosia offers you the chance to reset, reclaim, and renew, as you explore aspects of yourself long forgotten or never discovered.

Trip tuition: $3,495 USD based on double occupancy, single occupancy: $4,245 USD – some meals included.

Details for Belize on Jennifer’s website!

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Magical Greece – Land of Myths and Gods!
May 7 – 16, 2018

Greece – the original land of myths and gods, of wide open skies and a deep blue sea speckled with islands, contains a beauty and ancient heritage that continuously inspires.

You will open up to greater self-awareness and celebrate through ritual and daily practice. Imagine breathing in the beauty and meditating at the ruins of Delphi or holding sacred ceremony along the banks of the Aegean Sea on the island of Santorini.

There is plenty of time amidst our travels for personal exploring and rejuvenation.

Our fantastic itinerary provides a leisurely paced and unhurried schedule allowing you to use the Greek landscape and historical settings as an opportunity to explore personal spiritual teaching opportunities with Rev. David Ault. Explore the Athens, sail to the islands of the Saronic Gulf; Aegina, Poros and Hydra, and spent 3 magical full days on the island of Santorini.

Trip tuition: $3,195 USD based on double occupancy, single occupancy: $4,190 USD many meals included, as well as round-trip flights from Athens to Santorini.

Details for the Greece trip!

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Accountability and Responsibility

Once of the most challenging aspects of any spiritual path is that it asks us to take responsibility and to become accountable for our lives. What makes this so difficult for us is that we have been domesticated to do just the opposite – to blame everything we possibly can on others.

The reason for this is that we have been taught to judge everything we perceive, and as a result are in constant fear of our own self-judgment in case we do anything “wrong” in life. If our minds are going to engage in the process of judging – it’s better if we can find someone to judge other than ourselves!

As a result, we are always looking for someone to blame our circumstances on rather than having to deal with that horrible feeling of beating ourselves up and dealing with that sick feeling we get in our stomachs. Even when we believe we are doing well at taking responsibility for our lives, we still persist in finding things that we feel are going wrong in our lives and pinning them on others.

For example, if you feel you are unhappy at work and see the cause of your discomfort to be the behavior of your boss, the attitude of your co-workers, the amount of hours that you are working, etc – is your discomfort the result of these situations?

If you are uncomfortable with your partner because he or she does not do what they are supposed to do, you do not get respect from them, they always want things their way, or you always feel like you are giving in – is your upset the result of these scenarios?

If you are irritated with your parents because they are always telling you how to run your life, how to take care of the kids, how to manage your money or who you should or should not date – is your frustration the result of their commentaries?

If you are recapitulating your life and you discover some painful childhood memories, are they still painful because you feel that you were hurt by the actions of others?

I am asking these questions because they are all common situations where we believe that something outside of ourselves is responsible for making us feel a certain way. When we choose to see our circumstances this way we are making ourselves victims of life.

If we feel victimized by something happening in our lives that means we are saying that someone is in charge of our emotional state of mind and that others can make us feel in a certain way. In this case we are not taking responsibility for ourselves and we are making someone else accountable for our feelings. (Forgiveness is a great tool to stop the blame game.)

As spiritual warriors, we know this cannot be truth. We know with all our heart that we are creating our reality by what we are projecting from of our minds and by the way we are choosing to interpret what we perceive. When we no longer give away our personal power to others (so they can be in charge of the way we feel) – we are taking responsibility for ourselves. I invite you all to become “accountable” warriors on the spiritual path of life!

With all my love & blessings, Sheri Rosenthal

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Want to see our whole line-up for the upcoming year?
Visit our Trips at a Glance page.

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