Hidden In Plain View: A Circle of Trust® for Women Who Seek To Let Our Lives Speak and Reimagine Who We Are
Sarah Hescheles and Dr. Megan LeBoutillier
The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams. ~ Eleanor Roosevelt
If you feel stuck and have the sense that it’s time for a change; if you are feeling divided between what you do and who you are then consider joining us at Kirkridge Retreat and Study Center. This retreat is a creative endeavor that asks us to reclaim our spark, to hear our inner voice and to let our lives speak. Our lives are not merely our experiences, but how we make meaning from our experiences. The more passionate we are about our work and our lives, the more vital it is that we take time to renew our spirits. The safe space of this retreat offers you the opportunity to glimpse your hidden wholeness, to rejoin soul and role, to reconnect who you are with what you do. In this retreat the skilled facilitators will help create a quiet, focused, respectful space in which the noise within us and around us can subside. In large group, small group and solitary settings, we will explore the intersection of our personal and professional lives, making use of stories from our own journeys, insights from poets, storytellers and various wisdom traditions. We will invite creativity to surround and inform us. From these places of deep uncertainty, questioning, and restlessness emerge great possibility and energy. The future is awaiting the beauty, gifts, and strengths we each possess.
The time to let your life speak and (re)ignite the sparks of your dreams is now!
Sarah Hescheles, S.T.M., M.Div., earned her Master of Sacred Theology from Yale Divinity School and Yale Institute of Sacred Music and Master of Divinity from Duke University. She enjoys photography, knitting, writing, dancing, outdoor adventures, and spending time with family and friends. She is principal and owner of Restoring Waters Consulting, llc and was prepared by the Center for Courage & Renewal to facilitate Circles of Trust®.
Megan LeBoutillier, Ph.D., is an artist and a writer who has been involved with Circle of Trust from their inception in 1996. She was prepared by the Center for Courage and Renewal to facilitate Circles of Trust® in 1999. Megan enjoys making things with her hands and playing with color. She is a weaver, bookbinder, quilter and painter. Megan has been a Kirkridge Courage Fellow since 2015 and is a member of the Kirkridge Courage Faculty.
Cost: $585 includes double occupancy room, board tuition and materials. A limited number of single rooms available for an additional $100