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There are only a few spots left for our November 2-5 Boundaries for Women Training & Retreat.

If you’re ready to experience loving, honoring relationships…

If you’re ready to show up powerfully in your work or business…

If you’re ready to inspire respect from those you interact with…

If you’re ready to make the money that you’re worth…

Follow your “Yes!”

 

Podcast : Outer Circle Boundaries

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Our Outer Circle Boundaries determine whether we live lives that are stressed, pushed, and overwhelmed, or balanced, fulfilling, and authentic.

Join us to learn about how you can make your Outer Circle Boundaries work for YOU!!

We  hope you will take a deeper dive into your own Boundary Landscapes by allowing yourself to explore a few of the questions in this week’s blog posts and the podcast. Feel free to leave any thoughts and/or questions in the comments section below.

We invite you to join us as we take on each week’s topic. Next week we are exploring the topic of Personal Boundaries – with our friends, family and romantic relationships.

If you are feeling the pull to join us, and to take a deeper look at your boundaries in a safe and fun environment, weencourage reserve your spot today for our

Women’s Boundaries Training & Retreat November 2nd through 5th! Emerald Isle, North Carolina

This is a rare opportunity to work with both of us in a small group setting. We will be staying at the beautiful Pelican House right at the beach and we will enjoy delicious meals prepared for us. The early bird pricing is $647 or bring a friend and you both get 25% off, which is $485.00 each! Price includes accommodations, all meals, plus (weather permitting), we have some wonderful field trips planned to visit the wild ponies of Shackelford Island and a sailing cruise to connect with the wild dolphins of the area.  We are also planning on connecting with local massage therapists and bodyworkers for you to schedule a massage for yourself – optional and not included in the price of the retreat.

 We’re gonna have fun and and we’re gonna rock our boundaries in a safe and nurturing environment supported by the natural beauty of the Crystal Coast.  Email support@journeyintobeingretreat.com and reserve your space now!!

From Kat: Are you overextended?

 

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    Do you ever feel like this at work?

 

Our Outer Circle is made up of the relationships in our professional lives, social circles and acquaintances. In the Modern Western World we work more hours than any previous generation and 40% of workers bring work home. This creates a situation where the lines between our personal and professional lives are often blurry. Some folks will argue that professional boundaries belong in the Inner Circle because so many people place a high value on their professional lives. On the other hand, many friends are made at work, so the argument could also be made that to be elevated to the Inner Circle, your relationship needs to take an extra step towards being more personal and intimate outside of work.

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From Elizabeth: Outer Circle Boundaries…

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Being able to recognize boundary issues when they present, is a prerequisite to addressing them. Up until about 20 years ago, in our culture, it was common for women to be expected to compromise their inner circle boundaries (family/significant other/close friends), and for men to compromise their outer circle boundaries (work/business/social). And for each group, it hit on primary drivers. With women, it was safety/affirmation via relationship with home, family, and friends, and with men it was safety/affirmation via power with work, business, and social connections.

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Podcast: Inner Circle Boundaries

Join us today in this free training, as we talk about Inner Circle Boundaries (friends/family/significant others). This is where relationships soar or crumble. Learn what you can do to strengthen your relationships!

Click Here to listen to the training!! 

We  hope you will take a deeper dive into your own Inner Circle Boundaries, by allowing yourself to explore a few of the questions in this week’s blog posts and the podcast. Feel free to leave any thoughts and/or questions in the comments section below.

We invite you to join us as we take on each week’s topic. Next week we are exploring the topic of Outer Circle Boundaries (professional/social). If you are feeling the pull to join us, and to take a deeper look at your boundaries in a safe and fun environment, weencourage reserve your spot today for our

Women’s Boundaries Training & Retreat

November 2nd through 5th!  

Emerald Isle, North Carolina

This is a rare opportunity to work with both of us in a small group setting. We will be staying at the beautiful Pelican House right at the beach and we will enjoy delicious meals prepared for us. The early bird pricing is $647 or bring a friend and you both get 25% off, which is $485.00 each! Price includes accommodations, all meals, plus (weather permitting), we have some wonderful field trips planned to visit the wild ponies of Shackelford Island and a sailing cruise to connect with the wild dolphins of the area.  We are also planning on connecting with local massage therapists and bodyworkers for you to schedule a massage for yourself – optional and not included in the price of the retreat.

We’re gonna have fun and and rock our boundaries in a safe and nurturing environment supported by the natural beauty of the Crystal Coast.  Email support@journeyintobeingretreat.com and reserve your space now!!

 

From Kat – Inner Circle Boundary Dances

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 Our Inner Circle Boundaries (ICB’s) explain the primary relationships we have in our lives. The people in our “inner circle” are those closest to us:  Our family of origin, close friends and significant others. Personal Boundaries are complex and consist of both Internal Boundaries (those we have with ourselves), and our Inner Circle Boundaries (our closest relationships).

 Does it surprise you to hear that  the relationship we have with ourselves becomes the foundation for healthy boundaries with others? In order to have a good relationship with ourselves, we have to be able to see our challenges, emotions, needs, wants and desires with some sort of clarity. If we have no self-clarity, or things are hazy, we can’t effectively communicate them to those around us. Since we are imperfect humans, this is not unusual and can cause confusion, hurt feelings and stress..  Being clear about who we are, and being able to effectively communicate those wants, desires and needs, is key to  having strong Inner Circle Boundaries.

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