The more you put into a retreat, the more you get out of it. After signing up for a retreat, we will send you a detailed and easy-to-follow preparation handbook

These are the ways we encourage you to prepare yourself:

Physical preparation: The lighter and cleaner your body is upon consuming the sacrament, the less detoxification will be needed during the ceremony. In our preparation guide, you will receive information on how to best prepare the body before working with our sacraments.

Journaling: Journaling is an excellent practice for gaining clarity on where we are, where we were, and where we’re going.  Preparing in this way can make your experience more relevant and insightful.  We recommend journaling every day for several days prior to the ceremony using our handbook.

Preparing for integration: Integration is just as important as the journey. The time immediately following a retreat is the best possible time for creating new habits, new ways of being, and new ways of relating to ourselves and others. If we immediately immerse ourselves back into our old life, that opportunity could be lost. Before coming to a retreat, we encourage you to set aside quiet and reflective time and space for yourself after the retreat.

The more you put into a retreat, the more you get out of it. After signing up for a retreat, we will send you a detailed and easy-to-follow preparation handbook

These are the ways we encourage you to prepare yourself:

Physical preparation: The lighter and cleaner your body is upon consuming the sacrament, the less detoxification will be needed during the ceremony. In our preparation guide, you will receive information on how to best prepare the body before working with our sacraments.

Journaling: Journaling is an excellent practice for gaining clarity on where we are, where we were, and where we’re going.  Preparing in this way can make your experience more relevant and insightful.  We recommend journaling every day for several days prior to the ceremony using our handbook.

Preparing for integration: Integration is just as important as the journey. The time immediately following a retreat is the best possible time for creating new habits, new ways of being, and new ways of relating to ourselves and others. If we immediately immerse ourselves back into our old life, that opportunity could be lost. Before coming to a retreat, we encourage you to set aside quiet and reflective time and space for yourself after the retreat.

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