How a Women’s Cannabis Retreat Changed My Life

I never thought I would go to a cannabis retreat, let alone a women’s only one. But when I saw an advertisement for the Ganja Goddess Getaway, I was intrigued. It promised a weekend of relaxation, healing, and empowerment, with cannabis as the catalyst. I decided to give it a try, and it turned out to be one of the best decisions of my life.

The Ganja Goddess Getaway is a cannabis retreat for women, created by Deidra Bagdasarian, also known as Miss Bliss, the founder of Bliss Edibles. She started the retreat in 2016, after realizing that there was a lack of safe and supportive spaces for women to enjoy cannabis and connect with each other. She wanted to create a sanctuary where women could feel free to be themselves, without judgment or stigma.

The retreat takes place in various locations across California, such as Palm Springs, Pescadero, and Mendocino. It offers a variety of activities, such as yoga, meditation, art, music, dance, workshops, and ceremonies, all infused with cannabis. The retreat also provides a range of cannabis products, from joints and edibles to topicals and tinctures, sourced from women-owned and operated brands.

The retreat is open to women of all ages, backgrounds, and experience levels with cannabis. Whether you are a seasoned stoner or a curious newbie, you are welcome to join the retreat and find your tribe. The only requirement is that you are 21 or older, and that you have a valid medical recommendation or a recreational ID for cannabis.

My Experience: A Journey of Transformation

I arrived at the retreat feeling nervous and anxious. I had never been to a cannabis retreat before, and I didn’t know what to expect. I also didn’t know anyone else there, and I was afraid that I would feel out of place or awkward. But as soon as I stepped into the retreat site, I felt a wave of warmth and acceptance. I was greeted by friendly faces and hugs, and I was given a welcome bag with a personalized name tag and some cannabis goodies.

The retreat was held at a beautiful ranch in Pescadero, surrounded by nature and tranquility. The accommodations were cozy and comfortable, and the food was delicious and healthy. The schedule was packed with fun and inspiring activities, but there was also plenty of time to relax and enjoy the scenery. The retreat staff and volunteers were attentive and helpful, and they made sure that everyone was taken care of and happy.

The highlight of the retreat was the cannabis sessions, where we gathered in a circle and shared our stories, feelings, and insights, while passing around joints and pipes. It was amazing to see how cannabis helped us open up and bond with each other, and how it enhanced our awareness and creativity. I learned so much from the other women, who came from different walks of life, but who had similar struggles and dreams. I felt a deep connection and a sense of sisterhood with them, and I realized that I was not alone.

The retreat also helped me discover new aspects of myself, and heal some of the wounds that I had been carrying for a long time. I realized that I had been suppressing my emotions and my true self, and that I needed to express myself more and love myself more. I also realized that I had been limiting myself and my potential, and that I needed to pursue my passions and my purpose. I felt a surge of confidence and empowerment, and I decided to make some positive changes in my life.

The Aftermath: A New Beginning

The retreat ended with a closing ceremony, where we exchanged hugs and gratitude, and we vowed to stay in touch and support each other. I left the retreat feeling refreshed and rejuvenated, and I was ready to face the world with a new perspective and a new attitude. I also left with a new family of friends, who I still keep in contact with and who I consider my sisters.

The retreat was a life-changing experience for me, and I am so grateful that I took the chance and went for it. It was more than just a cannabis retreat, it was a spiritual journey and a personal transformation. It taught me how to use cannabis as a tool for healing, growth, and joy, and how to connect with myself and others on a deeper level. It also inspired me to share my story and my learnings with others, and to spread the message of the Ganja Goddess Getaway.

If you are a woman who loves cannabis, or who is curious about it, I highly recommend that you check out the Ganja Goddess Getaway. It might just be the best thing that ever happened to you.

How a women’s cannabis retreat changed my life, and how it can change yours too.

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