“The unexamined life is the wasted life.” Socrates
In our busy and harried world it if often too difficult to find a peaceful moment or setting whereby a woman can evaluate who she has been and who should can become. By taking herself away for a day, a weekend or a week a woman can “find her essence and begin to welcome the person she left behind while meeting the needs of others. My workshops address a woman’s need to understand who she is beyond the roles that she plays and gradually begin to individuate and become new. It is a necessary and empowering process.
Second Journey…Rediscover The Woman You Left Behind
January 20-22, 2017
|It’s never too late to be what you might have been.
It’s never too late to reclaim your life.
It just takes a bit of risk and determination. Joan Anderson has been offering her motivational retreats for fifteen years in which thousands of seeking women have been able to repair their spirits and rediscover the raw material person they had papered over while playing myriad roles that our culture expects from women.
In the forthcoming film, (based on her book by the same name), Year By The Sea, Joan asks a fisherman whether or not he becomes lonely casting his nets day after day. “No,” he answers. “Loneliness, Joan, is not knowing who you are.”
From her own experience and six New York Times best selling books, this weekend of discovery and rebirth will encourage you to stretch toward the new you by accepting change, letting go of old ways, finding reciprocity, and breaking rules, to name a few.
Become a student of self and soul. Understand the innate strengths you possess from living through adversity, experiencing the various phases of a woman’s life, and overcoming the pitfalls of both counterfeit and accidental journeys.
It’s your turn to plot your Second Journey and get on the road back to yourself.