Finding Our Way Home
November 30 - December 2, 2018
At some point, we all find ourselves navigating a “dark night.” The feeling of being blindsided by life, disoriented, lost and alone, is common to the human journey. Beyond the loss of loved ones through physical death, darkness may arise when we feel disillusioned, or when we confront unexpected illness, both mental and physical.
In this retreat, Paula explores how night can slowly become day again, and how we can come to recognize the night experience as a natural part of life. We’ll also explore what it means to pay attention to our lives and set an intention to live more mindfully.
This event is co-sponsored with Copper Beech Institute.
Paula D’Arcy is an internationally known author and retreat leader whose work focuses on the transformation of pain and awakening to life’s beauty and power.
Paula founded Red Bird Foundation in 2001, a non-profit which supports the growth and awakening of those in need throughout the world. Among her best-selling books are Gift of the Red Bird, Stars at Night, Waking Up to This Day, and her April 2018 release, Winter of the Heart.