Landscapes and Soulscapes
Camino Divina Adventure Into the Divine is a gentle, yet enlivening walking meditation retreat that will help you explore a richer, deeper relationship with the land, yourself and Spirit.
You will experience thoughtful, joyful practices to relate and connect more deeply wherever you find yourself in the natural world. Through this practice, inner and outer landscapes are explored through experiential exercises in intuitive observation and imagination, journal-writing, conversational partnering, finger labyrinths and walking meditation, accompanied by the words sages to walk alongside you.
Here's what past participants say:
Your retreat was fabulous. I had forgotten what relaxed felt like, balanced and light. You brought us your wisdom and gentle spirit that allowed me to be in the moment. It just felt good.
This weekend has been even better than I expected. You have been an amazing group leader. Many of your stories and poems nearly moved me to tears.
The perfect mix of communion and solitude. The creative projects helped me to tap into hidden journeys I didn't know were there.
It was truly the most relaxing retreat I've ever experienced. Gina, you have such a lovely gentle way to lead a group- it is very special. You are an amazing teacher. This retreat was exceptional.
Gina, we will step into the world in a new way because of you!
Gina, this time with you has been amazing, enriching, and restorative. I loved the beautiful genuine person of spirit that you share with us. Thank you.
Loved the retreat! Enjoyed connecting with nature and . . . peacefulness!
(The program) days gave me a sense of slowness, necessary to be totally refreshed. Your personality and understanding are a special Gift, and felt honored to have part of you to take with me.
Gina, this weekend has meant a great deal to me. Especially learning to listen to the natural world. Thank you!
Gina is an authentic leader and her workshops are deep, beautiful and provocative. She creates a safe space for her groups and skillfully leads workshop participants into places of deep self-discovery.
For one who teaches walking meditation, I wish I could make her lovely book required reading for all my students. Although it is equally good for anybody - walking or not - on how to see, how to sense, and how to savor. Walk with the saints, and become one, it might just be saying!