We invite you to give yourself a Valentine! Join us on Valentines Day for a day apart reflecting on where you are now and what you hope for the coming year.
This is a repeat offering of our 1/31 Day of Discernment retreat facilitated by Still Harbor's Director of Spiritual Formation, Colleen Sharka, that will deepen your sense of call and your alignment to it in the new year.
What does 2015 hold for me? What can I do to make it an even better year in body, mind, and spirit?
These are often the kinds of questions we ask ourselves each year starting on January 1st. While they are key questions, are they the right or best ones to be asking? Perhaps the more important questions to begin with are:
Why am I here and who am I right now, today?
How can I authentically live my life in a balanced way, while also serving others?
This day of discernment will help you (re)connect with your sense of purpose, mission, and drive in your life and work. Through individual reflection, materials and videos, and group sharing, you will have the opportunity to ponder three key questions:
• Who am I and why am I here?
• What is my purpose?
• How do I live out my purpose?
We offer this day free of charge, and encourage you to make a donation:
Help cover our material and food costs with a donation of $50.
Help us cover all of our costs with a donation of $100.
Cover the cost of the retreat and another participant with a donation of $150.
Colleen Sharka, MA, LMHC a licensed psychotherapist and spiritual director, is our Director of Spiritual Formation & Accompaniment. She facilitates workshops, retreats, and provides accompaniment through individual and group spiritual direction. Her private psychotherapy practice focuses on the spiritual life as central in meeting the desired goals and changes that bring people to therapy. In her previous position as Assistant Director of Trinity Boston Counseling Center, Trinity Church in Copley Square, she developed and co-facilitated psycho-spiritual integration training for masters-level mental health interns, as well as programs to address trauma and self-care. She previously served on the advisory committee of the Center for Psychotherapy and Spirituality at the Massachusetts School for Professional Psychology.She currently serves on the planning team of Spiritual Directors International’s Spirituality & HealthCare Institute.