Recent world events have made the need for a new story for humanity more crucial and more obvious to all.
Weekend Event at Hawkwood College.
We will spend a weekend looking at communication, sustainability, group dynamics, activism and spirituality. You’ll go away with renewed sense of purpose and resources to support your personal and professional life.
What will we be doing?
Through individual exercises and group discussion, we provide a practical process for helping each of us to:
* Identify what we are being called to do in our attempt to live the new story
* Unearth the shadow aspects in our own personal life which may be constellated as we attempt to live more fully that new story
* Trace aspects of our personal shadow to cultural shadow and identify the archetypal forces which keep us locked in the old paradigm
* Consciously integrate our personal and collective complexes so that deeper transformation can take place on both an individual and a cultural level
* Align ourselves with the energy that is propelling the new story, enabling each of us to become a greater force for change.
Timetable and content
Friday 21 October
Arrival 4.00pm-6.00pm; supper together 6.30pm.
7.30pm Introductory evening with Janice Dolley and Honor Griffith
Saturday 22 October
The day is guided by Jude Currivan, with public talk included in the evening
“Being a Planetary Citizen”
PUBLIC TALK by Jude Currivan
8 pm £8 / £6 concessions (ticket included with weekend course)
Sunday 23 October
Deepening our enquiry and making next steps with Honor Griffith
Course ends with afternoon tea at 4.00pm followed by departure.
Fully inclusive residential single £260; shared £225 per person. Non-residential including suppers and lunches £180
Dr Jude Currivan, PhD is a cosmologist, planetary healer, futurist and author. She integrates leading edge science, research into consciousness and universal wisdom into a wholistic wholeworld-view that serves transformational and emergent resolutions to global issues.
Janice Dolley is co-founder of One Spirit Alliance and a long-serving Trustee of the Findhorn Foundation. She was a key player in the Findhorn New Story Summit in September 2014.
Dr. Honor Griffith,PhD, is a depth psychologist in private practice and a former organisational consultant who also facilitates spiritually and psychologically oriented workshops such as "Becoming and Elder" and "Tending Soul through Symbol and Dream". She has a long association with Dorothy Maclean of Findhorn.
“As we change our story, we change our world. We humans find our way by story. Our stories shape us, hold us and give meaning to our lives. Every so often it becomes clear that a prevailing story is no longer serving. Now is such a time.”
Honor Griffith is also presenting on the theme of Living the New Story: Confronting our Shadow on the Journey to Interconnection 14-15th October at Reading University. For more details of the Reading event contact Shirley Barefield