When:
September 19, 2022 – September 22, 2022 all-day
2022-09-19T00:00:00-05:00
2022-09-23T00:00:00-05:00

Join me for a 3-1/2 day spiritual retreat in beautiful Minneapolis, Minnesota!  

Monday, September 19- Thursday, September 22

During this retreat, you will:

  – Connect and receive guidance and inspiration from the Ascended Masters of the United States. (These Ascended Masters include St. Germaine, Master Kuthumi, White Eagle, White Buffalo Calf Woman, and Sacagawewa)

 

  – Join with a group of powerful lightworkers to clear karma for our country 

 

  – Anchor light for the United States in power places around Minneapolis  

 

  – Connect with and activate other power centers in the country

 

  – Receive activations and messages for yourself to help you continue to hold the light

 

  – Experience and breathe in the autumn beauty of Minnesota as you connect with other light workers in this powerful retreat!

A larger focus for the group that gathers for this retreat will be a connection with the energetic heart of the country. Each place we gather during this retreat, we will be connecting to and amplifying this powerful energy.  The group will be activating crystals at each place that will then be carried throughout the country by Jill Goux, who has been called to anchor the light we create during this retreat at each place she visits over the coming year, creating a powerful energetic grid.As a participant of this retreat, you will be invited to share Jill’s journey and will have the opportunity to join her in ceremony each time she places a crystal.

 

Regular Price:  $848

Early Registration: $698 when registered before September 1, 2022

** Please note: Retreat space is limited to 12 people. Claim your seat now!

You can pay in full now or if you would like to put down a $200 deposit to reserve your seat please click HERE. Remaining balance due September 1, 2022.

Spiritual Retreat Itinerary

 

Monday, September 19

6:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Marriott Courtyard Bloomington

7800 Bloomington Avenue South, Bloomington, Minnesota, USA, 55425

Website: https://www.marriott.com/en-us/hotels/mspcy-courtyard-bloomington-by-mall-of-america/overview/

Gathering and appetizers at the Marriott Courtyard in Bloomington (included). 

Room Block: Marriott Courtyard in Bloomington

 

Tuesday, September 20

9:30 am – 11:30 am

Minnesota Landscape Arboretum

3675 Arboretum Drive, Chaska, Minnesota 55318-9613

Website: https://arb.umn.edu/

Admission to the Arboretum is included in the price of the retreat.

The Minnesota Arboretum is a beautiful place to begin our retreat.  Established in 1958, the mission of the University of Minnesota Landscape Arboretum is to welcome, inform and inspire all through outstanding displays, protected natural areas, horticultural research and education. The Arboretum and Horticultural Research Center comprises 1,200 acres of gardens, collections, natural areas and research nurseries.

Here you will learn about and be taken to the place where light is anchored for this area and we will begin to expand the light for the country from this place.You will also have time to enjoy the beauty and the gifts the Arboretum offers as you connect with nature and the beings of nature.

11:30 am – 1:00 pm 

Lunch at the Arboretum  – The Eatery at the Arboretum

A chef-curated, cuisine-centered space, The Eatery at the Arboretum provides breakfast through late-afternoon lunch daily to Arboretum visitors. With a focus on flavorful, whole ingredients, like heirloom tomatoes and farm fresh eggs, our menu features a variety of soups, sandwiches, salads and  specialty culinary creations that rotate weekly. If you’re looking for a delicious meal in a beautiful setting or just a cup of freshly-brewed coffee with a snack, stop into the Eatery.

1:30 pm – 4:30 pm

Lake Minnetonka 

Excelsior, MN

In the early 18th century Lake Minnetonka was a secret to almost everyone except the Native Americans, although they were never permanent settlers around the lake. The Big Woods around the lake provided lots of game, the shores provided lots of edible plants, and the lake provided an abundance of fish.

In 1822, the first recorded people of European descent discovered Lake Minnetonka, via the Minnehaha Creek, the only outlet known at that time into Lake Minnetonka. In 1851, the Treaty of Mendota transferred 2 million acres of Native American land, including Lake Minnetonka, to the U.S. Government. At more than 14,000 acres in size, Lake Minnetonka is the largest lake in the Twin Cities metropolitan area. It is a system of basins with a range of fertility, bottom types, and depths, and is the source of Minnehaha Creek.

During our visit to Lake Minnetonka, we’ll be connecting with the positive vortex located in the center of the lake.  Working with the spirits of the water, we will energetically connect and bless all of the lakes in Minnesota. 

The afternoon includes a Qigong session with Holly Busse, on the shores of Lake Minnetonka and a 2 hour pontoon ride to explore and deepen our connection with the lake.he shores of the lake.

Wednesday, September 21

9:30 am – 11:30 am

Minnehaha Falls

4801 S Minnehaha Drive, Minneapolis, MN 55417

Website: https://www.minneapolisparks.org/parks-destinations/parks-lakes/minnehaha_regional_park/

Minnehaha Creek flows 22 miles from Lake Minnetonka to the Mississippi River, near Fort Snelling. The main attraction is the 53′ waterfall, which is the most photographed site in Minnesota. The name Minnehaha comes from the Dakota word for waterfall.

During our visit to this beautiful state park, we will be focusing on creating a deeper connection with the Indigenous souls of our country and to continue to work with the water as it flows into the Mississippi River.

Nea Clare, a clear channel, will be connecting with the masters and sharing a powerful message for our group.

11:30 am – 1:00 pm

Lunch at Minnehaha Falls  – Seasalt Restaurant

Website: https://www.seasaltmpls.com/

Bustling, seasonal counter providing eclectic seafood bites & patio dining.

 

1:30 pm – 4:30 pm

Lyndale Park Peace Garden

4124 Roseway Road, Minneapolis, MN 55409

Website: https://www.minneapolisparks.org/parks-destinations/parks-lakes/gardens__bird_sanctuaries/lyndale_park_peace_garden/

In 2020, a group of lightworkers were guided to anchor light in the bronze sculpture shown below which is located at the Lyndale Park Peace Garden. 

This bronze sculpture by local artist Caprice Glaser was dedicated in 2006, and is an official International Peace Site. The sculpture illustrates the folding of a peace crane, an ancient craft of origami. Information plaques atop stones around the walking path show how to make a peace crane. The word “peace” is engraved at the base of the stones in 23 languages.

This sculpture represents the international tradition honoring Sadako Saski, a girl who developed cancer from radiation released by the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima. Told of a Japanese legend that people who fold a thousand paper cranes will be granted a wish, she folded over one thousand cranes before her death at age 12.

As we gather at this location, we will be connecting with the light that was anchored and will be expanding it to other places where light has been anchored by others.

Thursday, September 22

8:00 am – 7:00 pm

Kinstone Standing Stones

Fountain City, Wisconsin

Website: www.kinstonecircle.com

Admission to Kinstone is included in the price of the retreat. Lunch will be provided at Kinestone and is also included in the price of the retreat.

We will be finalizing our retreat on the Autumn Equinox at Kinstone, located in Fountain City, Wisconsin.  It is a 2.5 hour drive from Minneapolis so a bus will be rented to take our group to and from Kinstone.

We will be celebrating the equinox in the center of the standing stones as well as setting our own personal and planetary intentions while walking the labyrinth.

Kinstone is a 30-acre haven of peaceful beauty filled with stone sculpture, natural buildings, restored native prairie, oak savanna and spectacular views over the Mississippi River. Located outside of Fountain City, Wisconsin, and just over 2 hours southeast of the Minneapolis/Saint Paul airport or 3 hours from Madison, you can enjoy the tranquility of this one-of-a-kind place on a day trip or plan to visit when staying in this beautiful region. This modern megalithic site with its three stone circles, dolmen, labyrinth, thatched cordwood chapel and more is a truly magical place!

At Kinstone, connecting to the land is the highest goal. Journey along our Way of the Stones, hug the megaliths, lose yourself in the art of our natural buildings, walk the labyrinth, leave a prayer on the Tree of Intention, re-member your ancestors at the Dolmen. Engage all of your senses. Listen to the sounds of life around you. Look at the beauty and wonder throughout the place. Feel the breezes and sunshine; touch the water in Basin Rock. Smell the fresh scent of the prairie and gardens of herbs and flowers. Savor the tranquility of this sacred site.

Dinner and wrap up will be at Marriott Bloomington hotel upon our return from Kinstone.

 

Registration includes:

Welcome Night Appetizers and Beverages

Admission to MN Arboretum

Pontoon Ride on Lake Minnetonka

Transportation to Kinstone

Admission to Kinstone

Lunch at Kinstone

Farewell Dinner

 

Information about how to make a room reservation and more details regarding the trip will be provided after registration.

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