reminding you of who you be,
so you may live your best possible life!
Safety is a relative term. Each person's interpretation of what they deem to be safe is different. You are encouraged to travel lightly and mindfully. With the exception of your transition time in San Jose (which is a bustling city), most of our time will be spent in a less touristy area of the country. We will be in the jungle, where there are creatures you likely don't come into contact with at home. In general, it seems to be a live and let live environment for both the humans and the wildlife. A travel pouch for your passport and money is a great idea. Bringing a minimum of electronics is wise, both for safe keeping, and because no phones, computers or other gadgets will be used during our retreat time. Jewelry is best left at home - not just for safety, but to free yourself from corporal attachments.
First, take a breath! Give yourself the space for whatever feelings may come up about embarking on this adventure.
The trip itinerary has been designed to allow you plenty of time, from your flight in to your flight home - all of that can be easy, let it be. And, if part of your learning is to know that you can be okay, even when things get a little messy, be open that. Trust that you will get exactly what you need from this experience.
As the retreat dates near, you will be sent some "homework" to get the juices flowing. The more willing you are to invest in yourself - not just the money, but the time and space that will foster your readiness to experience magic - the greater your personal benefit will be.
Be gentle with yourself and open to possibilities.