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RETREAT PROGRAMS

Upcoming Retreat

The Art and Practice of Soulful Living

September 30 thru October 5, 2003

Whiterock Mountain Ranch

Alma, New Mexico USA

Tuition: $200 per person $250 for couples plus meals

 

Discounts for those repeating the course. Indoor lodging is available on a first come first served basis

To Register

Send $100 non-refundable tuition to the 

International Office

 P.O. Box22 Glenwood, NM 88039

Phone 505-539-2111

Soulful Living: Living a Life from the Four Absolutes that intentionally cares for the soul

This course will bring focus again on the Four Absolutes which Dr. Bob taught to everyone he worked with. What nurtures the soul becomes obvious to each person helping them to create and bring forth what is important in their own life.

Everything in our life revolves around soul. Soul is what creates happiness. It is what animates us.  

The problem is that if we do not intentionally nurture our soul, we lose touch with it. And when it is lost, we tend not to notice it's gone, even though it takes our whole life with it.

Without a plan to nurture soulfulness, the drive to be happy turns to obsession, compulsion and/or addiction.

The retreat is held on 160 acre homestead in the Arizona-New Mexico border country. We go on beautiful and moderate hikes. We have an overnight stay under the stars in the San Francisco River Valley.

Key Benefits

bulletto renew living the Four Absolutes taught so long ago by the founder of the Twelve Steps.
bulletto define what each person considers to nurture their soul 
bulletto intentionally bring that forth in their own life.
bulletclick on The Art and Practice of Soulful Living for details

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