SAVE THE DATE ! ! !
October 6 - 10/11, 2023
White Eagle Lodge, Montgomery, TX, USA
This is the 10th gathering of the Co-Creators Convergence (CCC). Our group was formed by students inspired by the visionary Barbara Marx Hubbard in 2013. We have met annually in her memory to continue her work of visioning Humanity's breakthrough to higher vibrational Beingness and a world that works for everyone.
WE CO.CREATE OUR "AGENDA"
It is a tradition at CCC that everyone who attends IS an unique gift and ALL are offered an opportunity to share that with the entire group. Interactive experiential processes are highly encouraged; lecture "presentations" are discouraged.
Of course, everyone does not have to offer a process/experience! BEing fully present and participating is also a greatly valued gift. To that end, we always meet in circle and value everyone's form of contribution to the gathering.
Once again, we will gather at White Eagle Lodge of the Americas in Montgomery, TX. We will enjoy the sacred spaces including the "Temple of the Golden Rose", Labyrinth on Temple Hill, the Sacred Grove, and of course the outstanding accommodations, heated salt-water pool and the organic, vegetarian cuisine.
Noel Marshall ~ 920.312.0301
SAINT JOHN’S RETREAT CENTER
At WHITE EAGLE LODGE
2615 St. Beulah Chapel Road
Montgomery, Texas 77316, USA
Ph: 936-597-5757 Fax: 936-597-5994
GUIDELINES, RATES & GENERAL INFORMATION
We have ten guest rooms in the Retreat House. Vegetarian meals are served at Saint John’s. For images and description of Saint John’s Retreat facilities visit our website at: https://whiteeaglelodge.org/accomodations/
Special diet requests must be made four weeks in advance. A Saint John’s Retreat Coordinator will give a brief orientation to the group, likely at Friday dinner.
FACILITIES FOR GUEST USE:
DVD-Video players with selection of movies and music (or bring your own)
Telephone Access - calling card required for long distance calls
Labyrinth for walking meditation
Therapeutic Swimming Pool treated with salt instead of chlorine
SAINT JOHN’S ACTIVITIES AND HEALING SERVICES:
Attendees are welcome to join in our Sunday Worship Services at 11 am, followed by Contact Healing sessions; as well as Meditation at 8:30 am. Tuesday through Friday, and Healing through Prayer at 12 noon each weekday in the Temple.
If you wish to book a licensed yoga instructor or massage therapist. Please contact Retreat Coordinator to discuss these options at least three weeks prior your event.
REQUIRED PAPERWORK – to be completed on arrival:
Completed Emergency Information Sheet
Signed Waiver and Release of Liability
Facilitators and participants are requested to evaluate their stay by filling out an Evaluation Form. We greatly appreciate you sharing any comments, including constructive criticism, to improve our services.
WHAT TO BRING - Recommended Clothing:
Clothing in layers – evenings by the labyrinth can be cool
Comfortable hiking shoes, slippers / socks for inside the houses
Rain jacket or windbreaker, swimwear, sun hat & sunglasses, insect repellant.
OTHER GENERAL GUIDELINES:
A Telephone is available in dining room for local calls only (936) 597-8523. Long distance calls may be made with a calling card.
The office can be reached weekdays at (936) 597-5757 during the day. Messages can be left after office hours.
For map and directions go to www.whiteaglelodge.org/map/ .
Bring a Flashlight.
Guests must adhere to the posted Pool Rules.
First Aid Kit and Emergency Telephone Numbers are provided.
Respecting the Saint John’s Environment:
No recreational drugs on the premises. Beer and wine allowed with prior approval.
No smoking in the buildings or pool area. Be especially cognizant to prevent wildfires.
No meat product anywhere on the property.
We request that guests bring environmentally friendly shampoos and soaps.
No candles burning in sleeping rooms.
No food in sleeping rooms.
No driving on the grounds. Parking spaces are provided.
Awareness of the Land, the Climate & the Environment:
Saint John’s is a close-to-nature retreat center. It would be helpful to prepare emotionally and practically. We share the environment with plant and animal life.
Should you encounter a scorpion, tarantula or snake, (which is not common, yet possible), we invite you to contemplate the message or gift this animal relative is offering you. If you are bitten or stung, please notify the office for First Aid procedures.
Saint John’s cannot be held liable for any direct or indirect claim, incident, loss or damage to your person, your personal belongings, or your vehicle.
Ver Aug 17 2022