In a Circle of Trust®, we will renew our capacity for greater courage in an inclusive, safe, and disciplined space of ‘solitude in community’. We will explore leadership using the practices of storytelling, evocative readings, visual images, inner reflection, guided meditations, and facilitated discussions.
We are all Wayfinders.
Finding our way and navigating our lives and vocations relies on our inner resource of courage. The traditional navigational practices of ocean wayfinding provide insights and skills that are needed in moments of dynamic change and flux: when we are far off any known map of our lives.
Navigational knowledge is especially needed when facing a time of profound uncertainty, as we are at this moment of pandemic. It is also true when we are in a time of any personal or professional transition, such as times of grief, a restless longing for change, a new challenging role, an approaching or recent retirement, health difficulties and the reality of aging, or the end of a relationship.
The virtue of courage is often celebrated as heroism: brave acts of willpower in scary situations. Yet, courage has a deeper meaning and source. Courage is honoring what is true. Courage is following the guidance of the quiet voice of inner knowing. One can say courage naturally arises as we more fully realize who we are, as our most wholehearted selves.
In a Circle of Trust®, we will renew our capacity for greater courage in an inclusive, safe, and disciplined space of ‘solitude in community’. We will explore leadership using the practices of storytelling, evocative readings, visual images, inner reflection, guided meditations, and facilitated discussions. We will experience the centuries of wisdom embedded in the Clearness Committee process.
Dan Hines and co-guide Keahi Ewa offer their soulful gifts, their friendship, and their diverse backgrounds to guide a process of discovery from what life experience, wisdom teachings, spiritual traditions, and the open ocean navigational practices of wayfinding may reveal to us.
Cortes Island, BC
Venue Website https://hollyhock.ca/
Hollyhock creates meaningful experiences that inspire personal growth and social transformation. We offer about 100 programs and conferences each year to help you connect to yourself, nature, and community.
Our Cortes Island campus rests in the traditional and ancestral territories of the Klahoose, Tla’amin, Homalco Nations. We are committed to renewing our relationships with the First Nations peoples whose territories we are the current stewards of.
Tuition: $575 CAD
Lodging varies in costs. See registration page for options.
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