Learn How to Live and Love Consciously
Do you feel overwhelmed, conflicted, or like a victim of your circumstances? It’s common. And, in part, it’s the result of the fast paced, multi-tasking world we live in. That’s why we invite small groups of people—individuals and couples— to join us in beautiful and remote locations for week long retreats. In our retreats you’ll learn how to live and love more consciously. As you do so, life becomes your canvas and you become an artist.
Facing 50 and Beyond
Lose Your Mind
Make This Marriage Your Only Marriage
Being Your Best You
Being Ok with Being You
Radio interview of Jake & Hannah Eagle
If you want to gain an understanding of this work, listen to this interview conducted by Rhea Goodman, host of Living Juicy.
For fifteen years we’ve been conducting retreats around the world, gathering small groups of 20 people at a time and living together in community, learning and practicing how to live and love consciously.
These retreats were originally developed by our mentors, John and Joyce Weir. They refined this work for over forty years and then invited us to be stewards, carrying it into the future.
There is nothing we are aware of quite like these retreats. All sorts of common misconceptions about therapy and personal growth work are challenged in ways that explain why many people—people who work hard to bring about change in their lives—have not gotten the results they desire.
If you are looking for a new way to bring about change and growth in your life—a gentle and easier way—we invite you to explore what we have to offer.Explore Live Conscious Retreats
ReRight Your Life
If you can’t or don’t want to wait for an upcoming retreat, the quickest and most accessible way to begin exploring this work is to read, ReRight Your Life.
It will give you an understanding of a different way to live and tools that will allow you to begin to Re-Right, re-direct and re-align your life so that you learn ways to live more consciously.Buy the Book
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