Hurry Up and Slow Down:
an online retreat
July 31-September 10, 2017
What, when, where, how
* A 6-week online retreat.
* Begins July 31.
* At home, on a break at work, in your daily life, at any time, day or night, 15-20 minutes every day or two.
* Simple, accessible, gently focused on practice, with ancient and new wisdom to support and inspire you.
* Each week of the retreat has an anchoring theme:
earth* Suitable for those who consider themselves spiritual, but not religious, as well as for people who are religiously affiliated.
* If you think you don't have time for "Hurry Up and Slow Down," you're exactly the person who will benefit from it.
[In the fall a few years ago], when I felt as if I had NO TIME, and I mean NONE, to do anything, because I was so busy, I signed up for this retreat. What a big gift I gave myself... Having some focused time to replenish my spirit was great. Highly recommended!* Easy registration via secure PayPal link, which takes credit and debit cards in addition to PayPal. Note: You don't have to have your own PayPal account to use this online payment method. (If you prefer paying by check, please e-mail me.)
--Fran Rossi Szpylczyn, New York
The "Hurry Up and Slow Down" retreat was one of the most valuable I have ever experienced, because it encourages the participants to take nuggets of time on a regular basis for guided reflection and renewal, rather than trying to devote a whole weekend or several evenings to the pursuit. It's well done and well worth the time commitment as well as the money.
--Joanne Fisher, Michigan
Some discounts are available for those in financial hardship. Talk to me.
The benefactor rate helps offset costs and makes scholarship aid possible.
Payment is non-refundable and due upon registration.
More details below the picture.
|Front Beach, Rockport, Massachusetts|
(c) Jane Redmont 2013
Hurry Up and Slow Down is a spiritual retreat accompanying your daily life. It offers guidance, but it is not an academic class with a lot of reading. Its focus is the "how" of living every day mindfully and reverently, in a way that suits our own circumstances and takes into account how busy we are. The weekly themes are rich and basic:
* mindfulness * breath * place *
* time * community * earth *
* time * community * earth *
These themes can be building blocks of spiritual practice, whether we are religiously affiliated or not.
Every week, with the theme of the week, will include four components, offered each Sunday and accompanying you throughout the week:
1. Awareness of the week's theme:
Taking stock, naming, asking and answering questions, doing a little writing (or drawing if we are more visually inclined).2. Inspiration:
A short reading, an image, an insight, a bit of wisdom about the theme for us to ponder during the week.3. Practice:
An exercise related to the week's theme, a concrete how-to that we can incorporate into our daily life throughout the week.4. Tradition(s):
Some insights into the week's theme from the experience and wisdom of more than one religious or wisdom tradition. We are not the first to grapple with the themes of our retreat and we are not alone.