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                                                              Simply Divine Wellbeing Community Interest Company 

Mankind Awakening the  Warrior  Retreat 

          Coming Soon 

             

We are now opening a men circle 

For those men who wish to have some time out and reconnect with those who are seeking to improve their personal mental health  and develop and awaken their true life journey .

Join us on a journey of self -discovery, as men come together to bring wisdom and knowledge shared from their own divine ancestral line, life’s lessons, indigenous mentoring teachings and inner knowing ,that comes deep within their very own birth right.


In most cultural conversations, men  enjoy  surplus of airtime. But it’s becoming ever clear that the mixed signals we get from society about how to think and act make for an uphill struggle on the mental wellness front.

Did you know for men depression and suicide ar​e among the leading causes of death in men, and yet men remain less likely to seek treatment than women. The facts show from  data of the National Health Interview Survey Trusted Source, showed that 9 percent of  men who participated  experienced daily symptoms of depression or anxiety. 


Why don’t men talk about mental health?

Society's expectations and traditional gender roles play a role in why men are less likely to discuss or seek help for their mental health problems. We know that gender stereotypes about women – the idea they should behave or look a certain way, for example – can be damaging to them. But it’s important to understand that men can be damaged by stereotypes and expectations too. Men are often expected to be the breadwinners and to be strong, dominant and in control, however when they are struggling this can make it harder for men to reach out for help and open up.

Equally at Simply Divine we are having more men attend our Mind Body Spirit Retreats, to have time out from the day to day life   and personally  initiations and challenges that are present to them at that time.


 Therefore after a flood of enquires we are now opening the space to host a 4 day retreat specifically to support men ages from 18 years- upwards.


There will a communal shared meals and a responsibility to work the sacred fire throughout the weekends.

It is a Drug and Alcohol Free weekends

Percentage of proceeds will go towards  future retreats  for men  - Exchange can be made on our payment page 


Is this for YOU ? 

Have you recently -

Been through a difficult initiation perhaps many in this life time.

You feel you are increasingly becoming disconnected with yourself and the world

You often feel introvert

You are sensitive

You wish to leave behind the  anxiety  that no longer serves you

You feel most at home in nature

You feel some sort of spiritual connection

You want to reach your full potential.

You wish to leave be hind what no longer serves you

Your open minded and wish to explore a more enlightening path 

You wish to walk on a sacred path that your next 7 generations would be proud to follow .

If so this inspiring day and future weekends  is for  YOU.

Wise words

"Crazy Horse was a Warrior. I want to explain the concept of a Warrior to you. The Warrior assumes self-responsibility, then the Warrior reaches out and helps other people become responsible, but never forgets humility. We are no better or no less than one another. He learns the power of giving, you learn to give respect for yourself so you will respect one another. 

A Warrior takes responsibility, humility, the power of giving and centers that around his or her core of spirituality." 

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ~Billy Mills -Oglala Lakota Nation.