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[Video] Unexpected Lessons I’ve Learned at a Silent Retreat

by | Empaths' Resources

When I came back from my week-long Silent Meditation Retreat, people asked me how long it took to settle in and truly unplug from technology, work etc. Surprisingly, it didn’t take much time. My soul craved radical rest. Things I was anxious about were easy. But other parts of the experience were harder.

In this week’s vlog, I share surprising lessons I’ve learned. I have a feeling that my learnings will speak to you as well. It’s simple insight, and yet, very deep.

If you tend to take care of others before yourself, or if your monkey mind is very active, especially when you try to get quiet, don’t miss this video.


  1. Nancy L. Seibel

    These learnings are important and very beautiful. Thank you for sharing them. Remembering self-compassion needs to precede giving others compassion, and taking care of ourselves with mindful attention, gentle movement and awareness of breath are gifts we can share with ourselves and others each day.

  2. Michal

    So beautifully phrased, Nancy! Especially the words: gentle movement and awareness of breath. Thank you!

    • Wanda Hernandez

      Michal thx for sharing your wonderful experience. I agree that many of us do not give ourselves compassion. It took me time to be gentle with myself. I have learned that it is essential to fill my cup and not to run on empty because empty will breed resentment for those who need compassion. Im glad that you enjoyed yourselve on the retreat and that you have learned new ways to improve your daily rituals.


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