What Makes A Boutique Business Retreat?
Packing your vision and leaving the rest behind to spend time alone.Â Â Here are elements 5 and 6 of what makes a boutique business retreat and thisÂ blog wraps up the last of the fundamental elements that define Being At The Cottage.
In all, there are 6 fundamental elements that make Graig Ddu â€“ The Cottage In The Forest a unique business retreat. Three are synonymous with many beautiful places to stay, but three elements are game-changers which elevate the experience at the cottage into something unique, and the combination of these elements make up more than the sum of their parts. You can read Part 2 here: https://bit.ly/2X9CyTN
Part 3 – Meeting your unconscious mind through conversation.Â
Our unconscious mind isÂ one of the most under-utilised human resources.Â Â It has an infinite capacity and guardsÂ all the answers that you presumeÂ you donâ€™t know yet.Â If your unconscious is doesn’t know you want to develop a relationship with it, it will continue to hold onto the secrets it could be sharing with you.
â€˜If the unconscious is the turbid bottom of the lake of the mind, you have to be peering down into the lake to notice it.â€™ Prof Guy Claxton â€“ The Wayward Mind
One of the most powerful ways to help you to peer down into the lake is to have a conversation.
We can all spend time on our own and not always get the answers and outcomes we want.Â Â Having a conversation with someone whoâ€™s good at listening and asking the right kind of questions, can unlock a wealth of inspiration and insights.Â Â
The conversations are a pivotal part of the process and spirit of Being At The Cottage.Â They are a potentÂ and powerful way to gently sift through all the information that gets absorbed into your streams of consciousness which are naturally kindled by spending time alone.
Your unconscious doesnâ€™t have free will like your conscious mind does.Â Â It takes instructions from you.Â Â As you understand and deepen your relationship with the unconscious it will begin to dissolve any barriers to progress and it will gratefully offer up information and insights it has been holding onto.Â
Your unconsciousÂ is your gut feeling and where your intuition lies.Â Â The more youÂ can connect with your unconscious,Â the more extraordinary resultsÂ and eureka moments it willÂ give you.
Putting a conundrum into words by taking it outside your internal mind chatter, releases new insights and perspectives from your unconscious, creating expansion and possibility. A good conversation sculpts the fragments of insights gleaned into more than the sum of their parts.