As the light changes signaling shorter days, spend a morning intentionally ushering in the gifts of Autumn. From the comfort of your own home, Beth will use ritual, simple chants, poetry, guided reflections and journal prompts to explore themes of surrender, letting go/letting come, death and remembrance, and harvesting the year’s bounty even as we welcome in the growing darkness with its summons to turn within for deep listening. Participants will be sent a zoom link to the retreat once they have paid for the registration. If you pay by mailing in a check, please provide us with your email address to send you the link.
Presenter: Beth Fritz
Beth Fritsch is a Soul Midwife, Depth-Companion, Poet, Singer and a Leader of Retreats. A lover of the contemplative and monastic traditions, she is also a Benedictine Oblate of St. Scholastica Monastery, Fort Smith, AR. Her Celtic ancestry deeply influences her soul work. She attributes her gifts for love of soul, words, poetry, beauty, music, creativity and nature to her matrilineal Celtic ancestors. Beth helps individuals and groups connect with their soul’s essence in order to craft lives full of intention, joy and purpose. She views her ministry as assistive, supportive and alongside the inner work each soul is engaged in as they transform into and become their best and most authentic selves. Beth lives in Cincinnati, Ohio. www.bethfritsch.com