Intensive Journal Process Workshop Led by Kate Scholl
Saturday 30 and Sunday 31 August
Often we are aware of a desire to live more authentically and to feel more connected to our ‘soul’ or ‘spirit’. This workshop introduces the Intensive Journal® process, a practical tool to explore our inner stirrings and move forward more grounded in our own life. This holistic practice offers a dynamic method for managing issues and concerns with greater awareness of our inner strengths and resources.
The Intensive Journal® combines one of the oldest methods of self-exploration, keeping a journal, with a structured format that enables you to get to know the inner core of your life on an ever-deeper level. It empowers you to gain a fuller perspective of your life and unlock hidden creative potential. The Intensive Journal® Program can help you to:
– Live more authentically, connected to your deepest values and aspirations.
– Gain greater self-awareness and self-confidence.
– Work out career directions and major decisions.
– Gain insight into your relationship patterns and life direction.
– Develop skills and practices to reflect on all aspects of your life.
Kate Scholl has been leading Intensive Journal® workshops for 30 years and is passionate about their potential for enabling one to live more creatively and genuinely. She has written an article, Coming Home, in the March 2014, EREMOS magazine.
Cost: $140 or $120 for Eremos members; $20 less for concession. Materials plus morning and afternoon tea provided. Please bring your lunch and a 3 ring binder. Registration essential and no later than 22 August. Early registration is recommended as spaces are limited for this workshop.
Local contacts: Dale Keenan (email@example.com or 0419 802 887) or Robyn Fitzgerald (firstname.lastname@example.org or 0411 800 447)
For more information about the Intensive Journal® visit www.intensivejournal.org – A program of exploration and integration through Journal writing or read this article by Kate Scholl, Writing Our Truth: The Intensive Journal Process Explored
Venue: Hanly Hall of the Hoade Centre
Tweed Heads, NSW
Cost: $140 (Members $120)
$20 less for concession
Materials plus morning and afternoon tea provided
Bookings essential. Register here:www.trybooking.com/FEOO