As this year comes to an end, I think it is important to reflect on the good & the bad of this year. The good, to thank God for all of the blessings He has sent your way & the bad, to learn from it & use it as momentum to prosper in 2017.
I think most of us usually do this automatically when going into the new year. We see all the “new year, new me” posts on Instagram & hear people stating resolutions that they may or may not keep. This year I did some more intentional reflection before going into the new year by going to the Sensual Motion & Meditation Retreat, hosted by Klairkia (I don’t know her last name). At this retreat they danced & did yoga (I say they bc I was late & wasn’t there for that part, sadly). We also meditated, journaled, & had open discussion in a safe place. There were speakers who talked about everything from “pain points” to finances, & I could really feel that everyone who attended the retreat had been placed there divinely, the energy was that real, y’all.
This retreat changed my life. It taught me how to hone in & focus my energy, how to better manifest my dreams & desires, gave me a new approach to journaling, & ultimately help me obtain closure with 2016 & be open to receive all that God has for me in 2017. I learned new skills & organized the skills that I already had. If you are tired of surface living, of feeling lost, of not knowing if you’re going or coming, this retreat is for you.
My mom & I both attended this retreat, & we both left feeling refreshed, renewed, & more knowledgeable about ourselves & how we fit into the Universe. I say that because I am 22, & my mom is 54 (she don’t care about me telling her age because she is fine) & both of us benefited from this retreat. The knowledge going forth at these retreats is life changing & will totally change how you do life if you are willing to tap in, dig deep & do the work.
I encourage everyone to attend the Sensual Motion & Meditation Retreat, & if you can’t get to this specific retreat seek out other self-love/self-care retreats. I will definitely be attending retreats like these more often (at least 4 times a year), & I encourage you to do the same. If you can’t make it throughout the year, at least go at the close of the year to prepare you for the new year to come.
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