North Dakota (ND)

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Retreat in North Dakota ND:
Search for retreats or retreat centers in North Dakota, Midwest,USA: We have retreats, camps, retreat  and conference centers, retreat facilities for rent or for sale in Richardton and Fargo.

Retreat themes : Art ,Acupuncture Addiction, Recovery, Aging, Animal therapy,Anxiety,Centering Prayer ,Chanting, Christian Meditation, Coaching,Contemplative, Cooking, Couples, Death / Dying, Depression, Detox, Drawing, Eco- Spirituality , Ecological. hiking Environmental, Family, Fasting, Fitness, Healing, Grief, Health,Health Education, Hydrotherapy,Illness, Juicing Learning,Loving Kindness, Marriage, Meditation, Transcendental (TM) Meditation, Midlife,Mindful Movement ,Mindfulness, Music,Nature,Nutrition,Painting,Personal Development , Personal Transformation, Philosophy,Photography,Pilgrimage,Poetry,Prayer ,Recovery / Addiction / 12 Step,Reflexology, Reiki, Relationships,Religious, Renewal Ritual, Sacred Geometry ,Senior ,Silence,Singles,Spa,Spiritual ,Spiritual Direction, Spiritual Exercises of St Ignatius, Spiritual Studies, Stress management,Sufi Meditation, Team Building ,Theater,Travel / Pilgrimage,Vipassana (Insight),Wellness,Wildlife,Women,Writing,Yoga, Youth, Zen.

Types of retreat: Guided, directed, individual,Long term,personal, preached, sabbatical, silent .

Retreat Spiritual orientations: Anglican,Baha’i,Baptist,Benedictine,Buddhist,Carmelite,Catholic(non specified), Christian, Cistercian, Dominican, Ecumenical, Episcopal,Franciscan,Hindu,Interfaith,Islam,Jesuit,Jewish,Lutheran,Methodist,Non-Faith Based,Open to All, Presbyterian, Protestant,Quaker, Shamanism,Sufi,Trappist,Unitarian, Universalist,Zen.

North Dakota ( /- dəˈktə/ (About this sound listen); locally [- dəˈko̞ɾə]) is a state in the midwestern and northern regions of the United States. It is the nineteenth most extensive, the fourth smallest by population, and the fourth most sparsely populated of the 50 U.S. states. North Dakota was admitted as the 39th state to the Union on November 2, 1889. The state capital is Bismarck, and the largest city is Fargo.

North Dakota weathered the Great Recession of the early 21st century with a boom in natural resources, particularly a boom in oil extraction from the Bakken formation, which lies beneath the northwestern part of the state.[5] The development drove strong job and population growth, and low unemployment.[6][7]

North Dakota is known for its sparsely populated rural landscape, for its long winters that on colder days produce beautiful sun dogs, and for being the childhood home of Lawrence Welk.

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