Where the Mundane & the Miraculous Meet
(but constantly if you let them)
Friday, July 7 (5 p.m.) – Sunday, July 9 (3 p.m.)
Led by Jaya the Trust Coach
Light on the Hill Retreat Center
Van Etten, New York
Come join the circle of women stirring up everyday magic, and clearing out what gets in its way.
This program invites you to a playful approach to conscious living with maximum wonder and joy. Cultivate noticing the crazy synchronicity, signs and symbols, and couldn’t-have-planned-it-this-gorgeously timing; honoring and growing the brilliant power of intuition; following the inspired urgings; and more. This is an invitation to a grand experiment with living in joy, light, magic, love as often as possible, while dancing with whatever darkness is yours to admit to your reality without ever allowing it to take over and obfuscate the magic.
- Living in the magic can change your relationship to decision-making.
- Living in the magic affects your experience of day-to-day life.
- Living in the magic affects how you perceive and treat those around you.
One of Jaya’s favorite things in her retreats is how women show up for themselves and one another. To read more about the retreat, the workshop agreement, testimonials, and her intentions, go to Jaya’s website.
Registration and Cost
You can register by paying a nonrefundable deposit of $45. You’re officially registered once you’ve paid the deposit or full fee. If you pay in full before May 22, the early-bird cost is $405. After May 22, the cost is $450. The cost for returning retreat participants is $380.
Make checks payable to Jaya the Trust Coach and send to this address: 101 E. State St., #133, Ithaca NY 14850. Send Jaya an email to let her know it’s coming and to ensure she can reach you by email with information you’ll need before the retreat!
You can pay by PayPal on Jaya’s Everyday Magic Retreat Page on her website (look right and scroll down).
Questions? Write firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can arrive as early as 3 p.m. on Friday, claim a (single) room with a view, settle in, roam the grounds, walk a labyrinth….The program beings at 5 p.m., but the first activity is set up so that anyone who misses it won’t be behind. We will have supper on Friday at 6:30, three meals on Saturday, and two on Sunday. The program ends at 3 p.m. on Sunday.
Jayalalita, aka Jaya the Trust Coach, is the author of Scooch!: Edging into a Friendly Universe. A seeker who does not aspire to enlightenment, she lives in a sunny spot at ground level, meeting consciousness as a real human being in a real life. The fact that she used to be a moody, depressive, overwhelmed victim accounts for the if-I-can-change-anyone-can mentality she brings to her life-coaching work. Armed with an arguably useless but adorable MFA in Creative Writing, she imbues her writings with the same staunch commitment she offers her one-on-one clients and workshop participants to support them in a kinder, gentler, results-oriented process of growth and healing. Read more about Jaya here.