Mount Shasta Spiritual Retreats and Sacred Site Tours:
Discover and Live the Truth of Who You Are
Are you ready to deeply remember who you are and why you’re here on Earth during these extraordinary times?
Are you ready to fully re-charge yourself in body, mind, and spirit?
Are you ready to move out of fear and confusion into confidence and clarity?
If you are, please join me in Mount Shasta for a guided spiritual journey or retreat !
Mount Shasta is a magical place. The pure energy this mountain radiates makes it easy to connect with your deepest essence and to remember your true purpose.
In your retreat or journey, I will take you to sacred sites on Mount Shasta that few visitors ever discover, and support you in receiving the wondrous gifts that Mount Shasta has for you.
With my successful experience and skills as a spiritual guide and life coach. I will serve you in letting go of old fears and limitations and opening to the incredible love and wisdom that’s within you. You will receive a clear vision for the next chapter of your life.
Your customized journey or retreat will send you home with:
* direct access to your heart’s wisdom to guide you day-to-day
* practical tools that rejuvenate you to thrive in every way possible – physically, emotionally, financially & spiritually!
* a greater sense of ease and flow in your life, creating greater results with less effort.
The prime season on Mt.Shasta, when the weather is consistently warm and sunny, is very short. If you interested in coming this year for a guided spiritual journey or retreat, please contact me NOW to make sure that I will be able to accommodate your schedule.
I will also be leading the 5th annual Mount Shasta Spiritual Adventure Retreat August 9-15, 2015.
If you’re interested in a shorter group retreat, you might enjoy our Mount Shasta Freedom Retreat July 17-19 2015.
Is a Group Retreat or Individual Retreat Best for You?
Group retreats can be very powerful. The energy and shared intention of a focused group creates a strong foundation for a renewing, transforming retreat. Having some amount of human interaction in alternation with alone time on your retreat makes it easier to re-integrate back into your daily life when you come home.
Many group retreats are guided. Having a skilled guide can be an enormous help, particularly for people who lack the experience to design and execute an effective retreat for themselves. This can be particularly true when the group is small enough so that the guide personal feedback and direction to each retreatant.
I’m a natural introvert, so I’ve chosen to do countless solo retreats over the years. I tend to be able to relax more fully and receive deeper inspiration and renewal when I’m on my own.
If, like me, you’ve had a lot of experience with solo retreats, you probably don’t need a guide if you’re retreating in a familiar spot. But, if this is your first visit to Mount Shasta, you might benefit from having me guide you for at least a day. I’ve been coming to the mountain for 35 years and guiding retreats here since 1982. I know many powerful spots which visitors seldom find.
Find someone you trust who will tune into your needs, not try to run you through a cookie-cutter model. A sensitive retreat guide will know when to offer guided meditations and spiritual life coaching and when you are best served by silence and being in your own space.
Blessings on your journey home ,
P. S. Whether you’ve been to this incredible mountain many times before or will be making your first trip; 2015 is the year to make sure to journey to Mount Shasta. Your guided retreat or spiritual tour will help you enhance your life skills to truly start living the life you came here to fully experience!