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What if I’m Afraid to Share?

I’ve gotten much positive feedback on my last letter to you concerning the retreat. However, yesterday, in a conference call with our Cleveland staff, they asked me to address some questions that some people raised. Some people feel hesitant to pour out their problems to people they don’t know. Trust me, I understand. Every retreat I’ve attended and led has made me fear something. We all have been taught not share our deepest feelings and we’ve all have been judged for our problems. I can guarantee you this; no one wants that to happen.

In 30 plus years of leading spiritual growth and healing retreats, I can’t remember one person who has ever felt bad about anything they shared once the retreat was over. There are several reasons for this. First, no one will ever pressure you to share something you don’t want to share. You are only encouraged to share what you are comfortable with sharing. Second, our guidelines ask that everyone honor a strict commitment to confidentiality. Third, once you hear others share, it becomes easy and natural to share in your small group. Fourth, in special cases we will make exceptions to make it easier for you to deal with sensitive issues.

A case in point: we usually like to have men and women in each small group. It creates a healthier balance in many ways. But at one retreat, we had a woman who wanted to only share with other women when it came time for her healing session. A handful of women volunteered to spend some of their free time helping her with that. Each person was profoundly blessed by doing that. She got some remarkable breakthroughs and left the retreat feeling and looking five years younger, as many people do.

Fear is one of Satan’s greatest weapons to keep us from good things God has for us. To defuse that, I love this definition of fear: it is False Expectations Appearing Real. If you think about it, hardly anything you fear has ever come to pass. I’ve learned to face my fears and act is spite of them. I can’t remember a time when I’ve been sorry for doing that.

Hope this helped. Monday May 5 is the final deadline for early registration discounts of $50. You must have your check to us postmarked or secure your reservation with an online payment by then to save $50. And remember, if you need to use a credit card, spread out payments or even get a partial scholarship, we can help. The attached flyer should answer most questions you may have. If it doesn’t, feel free to email me. We may be able to get more rooms if we need them, but we have only reserved 25 spaces so sign up soon if you want to be assured of a place. We probably won’t do another healing retreat in Cleveland this year or anywhere else for a quite a while.


Ken Unger is President of and founder of, where you can learn more about him and his transformative ministry. click here ,
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