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If You Want To... Quiet Your Mind

There are different kinds of quiet, and each one creates its own rest.

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Silent Stay Retreat Center

Silent Stay Retreat Center

Trinity Retreat Center, West Cornwall, Connecticut This New England sanctuary belonging to Trinity Church Wall Street is set on 700 acres along the Housatonic River in the Berkshires. Open to people of all faiths, it has 26 guest rooms, a wonderful stone chapel, farm-to-table food, and miles of walking paths. Many of the meetings that launched Spirituality & Health, as well as the magazine’s 20th Anniversary celebration, have been held at this special place. trinitywallstreet.org Silent Stay Retreat Center, Vacaville, California Nestled on 25 acres of farmland near Napa, in the heart of the lush California wine country, Silent Stay features beautiful panoramic views of the Sierra mountains. Created by Bruce and Ruth Davis, who developed a similar retreat in Assisi, Italy, this retreat center has six guest rooms each for one or two guests at a time. Guests bring their own food and make their own meals in a fully equipped gourmet kitchen. No cell phones, no Internet, and no media ensure simple peace. Days are made up of meditation, silent contemplation and reflection, and wandering or resting …

Mary Bemis is the editor in chief of Journey to Renewal and the founder of InsidersGuidetoSpas.com.


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