Malibu Retreat 2018

You are invited to experience a wonderful, beautiful, rejuvenating, fun, and memorable reTREAT hosted by Jewel Diamond Taylor, Founder of Women on the Grow, Thursday, October 11 and 12, 2018.

If you are too busy to attend a retreat…you are too busy.  Don’t cheat yourself…treat yourself to an unforgettable experience with The founder of Women on the Grow, Jewel Diamond Taylor, at her 8th signature Women on the Grow Malibu Retreat Thursday, October 11 and 12, 2018.

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Malibu is a city west of Los Angeles, California. It’s known for its celebrity homes and beaches, including wide and sandy Zuma Beach.  This retreat site has a wonderful view from the top of the Santa Monica Mountain. You can see for miles with a fantastic panorama of the Pacific Ocean.  This ahhhmazing retreat site offers delicious meals, clean rooms, nature trails, meditation corners, a labyrinth, and so much more.

The closing activity ends on the beach at the popular and legendary Pacific Cove Restaurant.  Paradise Cove in Malibu is a public beach in front of a privately-owned facility by the same name. The property and the restaurant has surfboards all around and the outside seating area has wooden lounge chairs, palm trees, and thatched umbrellas that almost has a Hawaiian feel.

Under the patronage of Saint Junípero Serra, the Apostle of California, the Serra Retreat invites you to move forward in your spiritual life, embodying Serra’s famous statement: “Always go forward, never turn back.”

You will be amazed how you will be able to let go of so much stress, baggage and hustle and bustle as your retreat facilitator Jewel Diamond Taylor, aka The Retreat Queen, guides you and the small intimate group of diverse ladies in some dynamic, healing, fun, and insightful sessions.

. Guests arrive THURSDAY, October 11, 2018, between 10 am – 12 noon

. 12-noon lunch

. 12 noon – 5 pm – guests can choose how to use their free time to rest, walk around the beautiful grounds, enjoy the scenery or participate in planned group activities hosted by Jewel

5 pm – dinner

6  pm – after dinner guests can choose to rest, walk around the beautiful grounds, enjoy the scenery or participate in planned group activities hosted by Jewel

FRIDAY, October 12, 2018, we wear BLUE casual attire for the group photo after lunch

8 am – breakfast

9 am – guests can choose to rest, walk around the beautiful grounds, enjoy the scenery or participate in planned group activities hosted by Jewel

12 noon – lunch

1:00 – 3 pm closing ceremony, group photo, prepare to drive to Pacific Cove private beach for dinner.

Dinner on your own (average $25 per person).   We usually enjoy putting our feet in the ocean, laughing, taking pictures, enjoying the ocean, etc.  We suggest you bring a towel to dry off your feet.  We usually leave approx. 7 pm.

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Trena lawson“Women on the Grow events have and continue to inspire, encourage and empower me. I always take away a feeling of exponential growth!  It’s life changing! Soul refreshing. Women so desperately need to be uplifted and rejuvenated on a regular basis. I see so many “battered” women just beat up by life! It’s hard to express all that Jewel and Women on the Grow do to help ”fix” that!” – Trena Lawson

“I have been attending Women on the Grow events for over ten years. I find the events fresh and relevant. You create events that not only give an opportunity to fellowship with many dynamic women but also to invest in self. You teach and coach in a safe place that fosters growth and healing. I have learned SO MUCH. from my Women on the Grow exposure, I am addicted to bettering myself. I know no one is going to do my life for me. Just me. And I have to do it no matter what is true. I love Women on the Grow.” ~ Patsy Cobb

 (private room) – your investment of only $285 includes your room, lunch and dinner Thursday and breakfast and lunch on Friday,  retreat materials.  Dinner and drinks at the Pacific Cove Restaurant (on your own).

 

 

 

Deposit Malibu Retreat 2018 – private room – balance due $185 – non-refundable plus $5 payment processing fee

$105.00

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Malibu Retreat 2018 PRIVATE Room FULL Payment $285 plus $5 payment processing fee non-refundable due by June 30, 2018

$290.00

 

We look forward to sharing a BLUE-ti-full time with you.

 

9 steps to forgive yourself

forgive yourself shadow    Are you holding yourself hostage, feeling stuck, feeling ashamed or feeling unworthy because of your past?
    You may have; ​trusted the wrong person, made poor financial choices, ​mistreated someone, didn’t complete your studies, had serial meaningless relationships, mismanaged your money, hold grudges, misjudged others, walked away too soon from a relationship, business or job.
     You may have; a poor credit score, babies by different fathers, had a history of addiction, never learned to speak up in an abusive relationship, misused your body, ashamed of your family, been divorced several times, lied, abused or cheated on someone, or continually beat yourself up with negative self-talk about your body image or past poor choices.  It isn’t always enough to be forgiven by others, but sometimes you have to learn to forgive yourself.
     If you can’t forgive yourself, you are doomed to live in shame.  When you can’t forgive others, you live in blame. Holding grudges, shame and blame can only block your blessings.  Don’t waste your power, time and energy on dead issues.  Let go of the negative garbage in your life.   Empty your mental trash can.  Begin to write in your journal about your feelings.  Working on patterns of your behavior is often more helpful than ruminating about your regrets.
     As I began to think about mistakes I made in my marriage, parenting, spending habits, real estate I shouldn’t have sold, food I shouldn’t have eaten, things I shouldn’t have bought, places I shouldn’t have gone to, people I shouldn’t have trusted, things I shouldn’t have said, or opportunities and money I lost because of doubt, procrastination, fear or feeling unworthy…I knew I had to learn how to forgive myself.
conference speaker author workshop     Once I no longer lived in denial and had the courage to face and own up to my harmful behavior and lack of information…I was able to forgive myself.  Once I knew better, I did better.  Once I stopped blaming others or seeking quick fixes when my emotional buttons were being pushed…I began to see a “better me”.  I began to recognize the unrealistic expectations I had of myself and others.  I learned how to repent, respect and repair broken promises and relationships.  I learned to reduce ruminating about past mis-takes (e.g. thinking about it over and over again).  I resolved in my mind, heart, and choices to continually grow in every area of my life.  I am more aware of my habits and mindsets so I can learn from past mis-takes so I won’t repeat them.  I learned to reach out to others to give and receive love, compassion, and connections…which helped me to realize I am not alone and creates accountability.  Once I remembered the mercy and grace of God in my life…wow!  I knew I was the only harsh judge of myself.  Rejoice in knowing you have God’s unconditional love.
     Don’t let the past rob you of your present or future.  Peaceful and productive days will come as you make up your mind to only focus on thinking, speaking and acting in a positive way.  Work on healing any areas in your life of shame and guilt.  You must feel worthy.  This clears the path for you to experience more love, more success, more breakthroughs, more blessings and more peace.   Always remember prayer cannot change your past but it can change your heart.

Jewel Diamond Taylor, ready to speak for your conference, campus, retreat, workshop, church or workplace training323.964.1736

To schedule your one-on-one life coaching/mentoring session with Jewel aka “EmpowHERment Life Coach” call 323.964.1736 or email – JewelMotivates@gmail.com