The demands of daily life can get overwhelming. Before we know it, there’s less time to be with our spouse or partner — and less time for the things that we really enjoy. Finding a moment to ourselves is almost unheard of. In the midst of all this busyness, we may begin to realize that life is getting out of balance. And often, our intimate relationship is one of the first things to be affected.
If you feel that the pressures of life are affecting your relationship in ways that aren’t really working for you, maybe it’s time for a change of pace. Sometimes all we need is permission to get away together, let go of the stress, and open up to a deeper connection. If your spouse suggests a couple’s retreat, it doesn’t mean there is anything wrong. It simply means that your partner loves you and wants to invest time and energy into making your relationship even better.
As you take time to nurture yourselves and one another, you’ll have the opportunity to release past hurts and resentments, identify each other’s different emotional styles, and learn how to communicate your own needs in loving, effective ways that can easily be heard by your partner.
You’ll have an opportunity to connect with yourself and one another through healing and transformative sessions with a variety of practitioners. Plus we build in plenty of time for long walks on the beach, romantic dinners at sunset, and time to simply enjoy each other’s presence.
There’s no better place to do that than in Bali, where the two of you can relax in a beautiful, romantic setting a million miles away from the pressures and distractions of everyday life. You’ll be able to focus, with generosity and deep attention, on each other and the relationship. Allow the beauty and heart-opening energies of Bali to support you in connecting with each other in ways you didn’t imagine possible .
The loving, devotional energies of this sacred place will carry you into a space of devotion to the Divine Essence within each other – and within yourselves.