A great marriage doesn’t mean no conflict, it simply means a couple keeps trying to get it right. Vishwas Healing Centre strongly believes that many of the deepest frustrations in your marriage are an opportunity for you to confront yourself. That can be difficult to accept — after all, it’s so much more comforting to keep a running tab of your spouse’s deficits & tell yourself that his or her failings are the only thing standing between you & a better marriage. But with this retreat, this bumpy journey towards self-awareness, can be one of the more fulfilling rewards for creating a committed, long-term relationship.
This retreat is what we recommend for you. Our retreat gives you two powerful wisdom of life. Point number one, both of you have to stop doing the things that may destroy your relationship. And point number two is that each one of you must start doing things to make love grow. What we are saying here is our profound retreat will alter your view of marriage and your perspective of your future changes. You begin to remember why you fell in love with each other & to your amazement you begin to feel the stirring of that long lost love.
You will learn to love your quirks & be compassionate towards yourself, just as you are learning to do with him/ her. This retreat helps you understand that marriage may be full of hard times & hard lessons that no one can ever prepare you for. But in the end, those are the things that gives richness to your life together & makes your love even deeper & stronger than when it began. That’s the strange beauty of marriage. We strongly believe that most people whose marriages end in divorce are not bad people. Rather, they are often people who never learned the proper tools for a happy marriage. Quite often, once people make the decision to end their marriages, they make a mental shift that prevents them from seeing any good in their marriage. Their minds are made up, so they focus all of their mental attention on the reasons why their marriage isn’t working & do not allow themselves to see a single reason to try one last time. This is a tough mindset to break, but it’s worth trying.