(CNN)Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers has completed his "darkness retreat" in Oregon, according to ESPN.
Scott Berman, owner of Sky Cave Retreats, told ESPN's Xuan Thai that the four-time MVP spent "several days and nights" at the Ashland, Oregon facility.
CNN has reached out to Rodgers and Berman for comment.
On February 14, Rodgers revealed his previously announced retreat would start later that week. He said his time in isolation would help him find inner peace of mind.
"I'm probably going to have a better sense of where I'm at in my life," Rodgers said. "I didn't say, 'I'm going to my darkness retreat just to figure out if I'm going to play next year or retire.'"
Speculation swirls as to what the future holds for the 39-year-old quarterback.
"I've got a pretty cool opportunity to do a little self-reflection in some isolation, and then after that I feel like I'll be a lot closer to a final, final decision," Rodgers said during his regular appearance on "The Pat McAfee Show" earlier this month.
Rodgers said he would be in total darkness for four days and nights -- though he could leave at any point if he wishes to do so -- and added that the whole experience can produce hallucinations similar to the psychedelic drug dimethyltryptamine (DMT).
"It's a darkness retreat," he said, adding that it's something he's wanted to do for years. "I've had a number of friends who've done it