Betty Hill Crowson
Betty Hill Crowson’s spiritual calling, life experiences, educational background, and passion/gift for helping others have led her to devoting her life to being a personal life coach, conductor of spiritual workshops/retreats/seminars, and inspirational speaker. She is the author of three books: The Joy is in the Journey: A Women’s Guide Through Crisis and Change, a book that outlines a course of action for women of all ages and stages to successfully navigate through the challenges and complexities of life’s crises and changes. The Busy Person’s Guide to Balance and Boundaries which provides a proven process for recovering balance, improving relationships, and making the giant leap from human “doing” to a happier human “being.” And more recently, We Don’t Know What We Don’t Know: A Woman’s Guide through Grief and Loss, designed to help a woman maneuver through the multi-faceted maze of grief, whether from current or past losses.
- Jun 27 - 30 2024
June 27-30: The Privilege and Challenge of Aging
Facilitator: Betty Hill Crowson
There are many circumstances capable of making a woman aware of the aging process: empty nest syndrome, menopause, the loss of parents, retirement, the death of friends and spouses, the onset of aches and pains and physical limitations, and an increased sensitivity. Living in a culture that values youth, success, and physicality, we are continually challenged to find new ways of feeling relevant in changed circumstances. When we lose various external means of defining who and what we are, we can find ourselves in an identity crisis: Who am I now?
This three-day retreat for women of all ages and stages provides the means for us to begin answering that question. Through presentations, sharing, rituals, and music, a process unfolds to lead participants into a more profound acceptance of what is and a greater compassion for self and others. We are given practical as well as spiritual tools to help us redefine our perception of growing older, deepen our spiritual understanding and connection, and come to understand that we always have more to offer and to enjoy. Cost is $450 per person.