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A New Year Manifesting Mini-Retreat

In a year from now,
what story do you want to tell?

Celebrate the turning of the New Year by creating
a vision for yourself that delights and excites you!
Become a Master Manifestor as you learn to develop the art of manifestation,
power of practice and ritual, and ways to open yourself up to possibility.

Join Liza Bertini and Kathryn Costa for a day-long virtual gathering
that will help you let go of the past year,
transform your awareness of the dream you hold for yourself,
and create a beautiful vision journal to document your path.

What’s a Vision Journal?

Think vision board meets journal. It’s a place to dream, brainstorm, and make plans. It’s where you gather inspiration and have sacred conversations with your soul. Vision boards are often created as a one-time activity often at the beginning of the year. The vision journal is an ongoing process that keeps you connected to your vision. It supports you to go from dreaming to doing.

Your Vision Journal will be your happy place in 2021.
We all need a place we can retreat to find inspiration and joy. Whether you’re actively creating in your journal or flipping through the pages, you’ll return to your vision journal again and again.

What messages will you discover during the New Year Mini-Retreat?
Words pieced together from magazines, catalogues, old books, and fortune cookies form “found messages” full of insight and inspiration for your journey.
Take a peek inside one of Kathryn Costa’s many vision journals.

During this retreat you’ll:

  • Learn about the Art of Manifestation
  • Discover how balancing the chakras (wheels of energy within your body) can amplify your manifesting powers.
  • Practice meditation and self-discovery activities to cultivate focus and awareness
  • Experience a Soul Journey that will help you develop insight and heighten intuition
  • Overcome your limiting beliefs 
  • Learn how to create a powerful vision journal to guide you into the New Year
  • Share in ceremony to let go of the past and celebrate the future

9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., EST
hosted by Liza Bertini & Kathryn Costa

9:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m., EST 
90 min break
1:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m., EST

Recommended Supplies:

  • Journal, notebook or old catalogue (You can recycle a catalogue to use for a journal!)
  • Adhesives: Glue Stick, Packing Tape, Washi Tape (Japanese decorative tapes) – optional and fun to use
  • Pens: Ballpoint, Gell Pens, Glitter Pens, Fine liners, Markers, or your favorite marking tools.
  • Scissors
  • Paper: If you are altering a catalog you’ll want some assorted papers like notebook, stationery, graph paper, scrapbook paper, etc.
  • Images: Magazines, greeting cards and junk mail to cut up. If you don’t have any magazines buy 2.
  • Suggestion: Start a file, envelope, or bag and collect images, words, and embellishments for your creative play.

About Liza Bertini
Liza is a single mama, coach, community builder, leader, entrepreneur, teacher, seeker, writer, and speaker who has been inspiring others to create a life of meaning, purpose, and health since 2003. Liza is committed to sharing the very best of what she’s living and learning from her own journey plus time tested wisdom, mindfulness practices, thought-provoking ideas, and an unwavering devotion to help you live your most expansive, expressive and meaningful life.

Learn more about Liza at

About Kathryn Costa
Kathryn Costa is an instigator of soulful and creative living. She has opened the door to creative joy for thousands of people in 175 countries through her YouTube videos, online courses, workshops, her book The Mandala Guidebook”, and her line of chakra and zodiac stencils from StencilGirl Products. Kathryn’s passion can be summed up in three little words: “create and connect.” Kathryn’s workshops help people to find clarity, let go of fear, embrace their dreams, and explore their creativity.

Learn more about Kathryn at

9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., EST
hosted by Liza Bertini & Kathryn Costa

9:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m., EST 
90 min break
1:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m., EST

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