Let Go and Let God - Living Miracles Virtual Retreat

The Living Miracles Virtual Weekend Retreats are deep experiences in the practical application of spirituality. Each provides an opportunity, in an environment of trust, to identify and release the false beliefs that have been holding us back on our journey home to God. Through music, readings, discussion, experiential exercises and a beautiful movie, we let our resistances go and begin to let Spirit guide us in our everyday lives. We have great power when we align our will with the Will of God. His Will for us is perfect peace and happiness. To align our will with God’s is to experience true forgiveness. This is available to us now. We have nothing to lose and everything to gain.

In the Let Go and Let God retreat we come to see that we actually have no control in the world of form. Our attempts to control our lives through ambition and competition have not been in our best interests. On the contrary, they have blocked the power of God from entering our lives. We will experience how, when we let them go, the Holy Spirit replaces our false idols with peace and love.

This live online retreat will be hosted by Living Miracles Teacher Geoff Wildbur with spontaneous live music, discussion and support from all of us in community here at the Metaphysical Center. Don't be surprised if David Hoffmeister and others beam in via Periscope or Zoom from time to time.

For a complete course outline and schedule please click here

The cost for this weekend retreat is $145 US

WHEN
December 04, 2015 at 7pm - December 06, 2015 at 12pm
WHERE
Live Online Virtual Broadcast from the Living Miracles Metaphysical Center in Kamas, Utah
CONTACT
Geoff Wildbur · · 435-709-8957
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