Eat, Pray, Love….the DMV Edition

4 Oct

For the past couple of weeks, I have been looking for a place to kind of “unplug.”  I love the movie Eat, Pray, Love and the whole premise of leaving everything behind for self renewal. I found a place called Yogaville in Rockingham that I signed up to go to and I am excited.  Its located on a 300 acre farm, and I am going to stay in the Lotus House. I opted to do the Silence Retreat, where I will spend the weekend in silence, only listening.  I think this will be good for me because it will give me a chance to be a better listener internally and externally.  I go next week so I will let you all know how it works out!

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One Response to “Eat, Pray, Love….the DMV Edition”

  1. LaChristin October 6, 2012 at 8:15 pm #

    Wow, sounds very interesting. How was your experience?

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