Then again, in terms of our interior or inner life, that is -how the retreat has touched our core being and moved us inside- would seem to me the more significant way to measure. Did the experience speak to your heart? Was there a connection? A spark? Did it made your spirit come even more alive?
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Back to the retreat thing. Yet, we are also "beings" (not only humans), meaning there is an invisible core within us, the spirit, which is what any spiritual retreat is trying to revive and to connect with? Thus, a good retreat is one that has allowed God to connect with your being, one which has made you experience genuine aliveness from within. Does this depend on the retreat alone? Or, could it be dependent more on the person's degree of allowing or openness?
To me, any retreat experience could be a game changer, that is, if the attendees are malleable enough to allow a miracle to happen.
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