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Immersion in Love Spiritual Retreat

This March, The Soul Center in Encinitas will host an Immersion in LOVE Retreat. This four-day event, focused on Oneness and Love, will be held March 14-18. “Many of us ask ourselves what is love?” says workshop facilitator and Soul Center co-founder, Trisha Kelly. “With the influence of dysfunctional role models portrayed in the media, the purity and wholeness of love is often lost. The Immersion in Love retreat offers a time to be still and go deep within, to the truth that there is only Love. Alchemizing our human nature into Divine Nature opens the doorway to realizing this truth more fully.”

The retreat will offer yoga and meditation each day to ground and center, as well as explorations in nature, fire ceremony, labyrinth walk, and ancient processes for healing. Purification and tuning of the chakras with be offered through sound healing.

Utilizing the magnificent back-drop of Joshua Tree National Park, facilitators Tom and Trisha Kelly, and Marcia Frescura promise to guide attendees on “a journey into a true knowing of themselves as spiritual beings through the magical restorative and healing powers of Mother Nature.” The Joshua Tree Retreat Center is unique as the land it is built upon is desert, but rests upon an aquifer: a running river, producing an intriguing magnetic effect on those who enter the ancient and sacred space. It is said that Paramahansa Yogananda walked the land in earlier times which lends to the miraculous power of the location.


Retreat Location: Joshua Tree Resort, 59700 29 Palms Hwy., Joshua Tree, CA. For more information and to RSVP, call 760-943-7685 or visit SoulOfYoga.com.

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