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Karen looking at the sea

Retreats

“It takes courage to say yes to rest and play, in a culture where exhaustion is seen as a status symbol” – Brené Brown

As a seasoned traveler, I know that to travel you have to be brave enough to let go of everything, to look at yourself against a different background, to bare your soul and trust your intuition. Time and time again, it brings you closer to the real you and reconnects you with your true inner power.

 

No need to say I am a fan of coaching retreats, because it is a great time to ask yourself, “How can I bring more freedom into my thinking process?” and, “What am I interested in exploring that’s outside my usual mental territory?” Ideally you can channel this energy and usher in some new ways of thinking during this period away from home.“

“How can I bring more freedom into my thinking process?”
 

“What am I interested in exploring that’s outside my usual mental territory?”

“She had a gypsy soul and a warrior spirit. She made no apologies for her wild heart.

She left normal and regular to explore the outskirts of magical and extraordinary.

And she was glorious.” – Michelle Rose Gilman

My current personal situation has made me decide to temporarily take a break from retreats in order to work through grief and recalibrate, so for now I gracefully and gratefully embrace my “Fernweh” and promise to get back to you with updates when I am fully able to guide and facilitate groups again. In order to hold space for others, you need to be able to hold space for yourself.

Karen concentrated listening

Fernweh

In the meantime you may always contact me for

ideas, questions or custom-made future retreats.

 

Love,

  Karen X. 

[feirn-vay] · German 

(n) an ache for distant places; 

missing places you’ve never been. 

“Craving for travel”

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