What would happen if after releasing the entanglement, you let your story drop away? Or as David Carse suggests in Perfect Brilliant Stillness : “Stop taking everything seriously. Stop taking it at all. Let it be. Be still. Simply stop. Let grace stop you.
September 12-15, 2019
55 South Farm Road
Hillsdale, New York
In lovely private home surrounded by 32 acres of woods, fields, streams, spend a heart opening fall weekend of personal discovery and healing in the Berkshire Mountains of New York. The house is in Hillsdale NY-two hours from New Haven CT, and Manhattan. Click Here to see the house.
Through rituals, experiential exercises and Family Constellations, we'll take a deep dive into the myths, concepts and beliefs that you’ve inherited, and what you continue to tell yourself about yourself in order to make sense of your life. We will explore how to surrender to what is in order to live more authentic lives.
Limited to 15 participants!
A $50 non-refundable deposit will be required to guarantee you a place. You cannot hold a place via text, email or a phone call. Last year the retreat sold out in 10 days. Registration will open on February 1st.
“Heartfelt thanks for making space for a wonderful memory to be created: I feel complete and filled up from the life-affirming weekend retreat in Hillsdale.
Although terrified when I arrived at the prospect of almost three days and three nights with strangers, I felt quickly at my ease in the energy of that beautiful house and its surrounding land, the openness, warmth and humor of my fellow retreaters and of course Bill’s strong and gentle presence, and his expertise with creating a safe atmosphere.
The movie title for the weekend would be “ Cry Eat Laugh”: Everyone who wanted to be the subject of a Constellation was able to flow in with time, space and reverence. We were all touched deeply by the Field and the magical dynamics of Constellating whether as subject, representative or witness. Then we ate, family style, around a beautiful big table: Delicious food, nature’s abundance, washed down with laughter. We entertained ourselves in the evening and learnt more about each other with a series of fun parlor games. People flowed in and out of these too. The loving, reverent and welcoming space was maintained throughout all aspects of the weekend.
When I tuned in for my morning practice today I noticed a distinct relaxation in my lower belly. I could access a place that had previously been filled with my “less-thans”, my “votes of no confidence for me”- my neuroses...and find it open and spacious for the first time I can remember. I feel I have come home. I am indeed grateful. “ KC