The WINNER for Bali Retreat has been Drawn
Over the weekend at one of my Live Workshops - 'the Banyan Method' I drew out the winner.
It is with Great Excitement I announce that our winner is Rhea Salathiel from Swan Hill.
Rhea will join the group of women heading to Bali from October 30th till November 5th this year.
Staying in a small antique wooden villa that has been re-located to create a village, surrounded in gardens boosting with goodies we will eat, we will explore, relax, revive and gain a new understanding of Self.
I met a Lady on the weekend that had just come back from Desa Seni. She had read a recent article I wrote that was published in Desa Seni's Kula Magazine and was intrigued to attend my workshop. It was exciting to talk with someone who had also been touched by this magical place. We both commented that it is difficult to compare Desa Seni to any other place on earth.
Rhea will travel the same journey that I took when I stepped out of my life back in 2013 that ended up cracking my heart open to write my first book 'My Nothing' - stepping out to discover me.
As I say - Nothing happens by accident - looking forward to having YOU with us Rhea x
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This year has certainly been a whirlwind adventure for me. Turning 50 gifted me with not only a few more wrinkles, but also some new adventures and travel. Exploring new places, countries and destinations is my absolute passion.
Interestingly I have made some 'new friends' this year. Some ‘tree folk’ planted across the globe and they have shifted my awareness....
I never set out for these connections and ignored this ability for some time. Then I realised it was the very thing that made me, 'me'. Perhaps this is why I ‘show up’. It’s something that has enabled my own past pain to be set free and replaced with a feeling of peace and love.
Over the weekend I held a stand at the Mind Body Spirit Festival in Melbourne. Each year I set a different intention when I do this. This year I set the intent of holding space for another. This was great practice for my trip to Senegal, Africa in February next year with Business Chicks and The Hunger Project