Continuing the journey
Join the group for a six-month series of self-paced online mini-retreats
We’ve experienced it too: you go on a retreat, and a whole new territory opens within you. Then you return home to the swampland of the ordinary, filled with the old routines, habits, relationships and pressures.
It can be hard to hold on to the possibility you touched on at the retreat. And it can be hard to maintain the bonds you formed when the group was all together in a special place.
We’d like to support your growth after the retreat by providing little monthly retreats between August 2018 and February 2019.
What you will get
- A welcome kit with supplies for the journey ahead
- A group-created learning agenda
We don’t have a preconceived agenda for what we will learn and discuss together, because we don’t yet know who you are and what you’re facing. So the first thing we will do together is develop our group’s learning agenda–a set of goals for our continued learning.
- Curated readings and assignments
We will support those learning and conversation goals through regular readings (little ones that respect your busy schedule, with more options for those who want to dig deeper), quests, reflections, practices, and so on, which each person in the group can do between our monthly calls.
- A monthly call with your community
Every four weeks we’ll meet virtually, have tea, and enjoy a mix of open discussion mixed with lightly-structured reflection on the month’s readings and activities. It is important for us to have a place to reconnect with like-minded others, with whom we can share our struggles, triumphs, hopes and frustrations.
- An online home for the group
A private online place for discussion, resource sharing, and general togetherness through the journey.
The cost for six months is $600.
For Frontier Retreat alumni (and maybe others as well)
We’re creating this for Frontier Retreat alumni, but if there is sufficient interest we will also start a group for non-alumni—people who want the conversation and the experience but can’t make it to Montana.
Interested? Let us know!