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Intensive Journal - Life Context Workshop

A program of exploration and integration through Journal writing

Details

Saturday & Sunday 27 – 28 May 2017

9:30am-5pm Saturday; 9.30am-4.30pm Sunday

The Grail 22 McHatton Street, North Sydney 

Cost: $160 / $140 for Members

Early bird reduction of $20 for online bookings made by 1 May.

Bookings essential by 17th May.

Early registration is recommended as spaces are limited for this workshop.

Register Now: https://www.trybooking.com/OWEX

Please bring your lunch, a pen and 3 ring binder. Paper and Intensive Journal dividers will be provided.

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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

The Intensive Journal is one of the great inventions of our time. 
-Joseph Campbell

Often we 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 to move forward more grounded in our own life.

Kate Scholl

Facilitator, Kate Scholl has been leading Intensive Journal® workshops for over 30 years and is passionate about their potential for enabling one to live more creatively and genuinely.

Here are some comments from previous Intensive Journal workshop participants:

• Through the intensive writing process I was able to reflect on my life journey from different angles and through imaginative lenses. The workshop was a rich psychological and spiritual experience.

• It was wonderful to learn how to connect to my deeper being; it made sense and encourages me to continue with this process.

• It was amazing to find a way to journal that goes deeper and really allows me to discover different parts of myself.

• Kate delivers this workshop in a respectful and serene way.

• The workshop has opened up a way to explore the various aspects of my life and opened up possibilities for the future.

• My life will never be the same again.

• Kate was wonderful, so caring and empathetic, a gentle guide who was always happy to help. I got so much from the workshop--I am sure it will be a life-long tool.

Upcoming workshop details

Saturday & Sunday 27 – 28 May 2017

9:30am-5pm Saturday; 9.30am-4.30pm Sunday

Venue: The Grail, 22 Mc Hatton Street, North Sydney.

Cost: $160 / $140 for Members.

Early bird reduction of $20 for online bookings made by 1 May.

Bookings essential by 17th May.

Early registration is recommended as spaces are limited for this workshop.

Register Now: https://www.trybooking.com/OWEX


For further information please email: events@eremos.org.au

For more information about the Intensive Journal® :

-  visit www.intensivejournal.org - A program of exploration and integration through Journal writing

- read this article by Kate Scholl, Writing Our Truth: The Intensive Journal Process Explored

Comments

Katy
Katy - 12 March 2017

Is there overnight accommodation?

Kate Scholl
Kate Scholl - 1 April 2017

hi, Katy,
I am sorry for the delay in responding to your question. The Grail does not have accommodation. 1 kilometer away is Mary McKillop Place which offers comfortable lower cost accommodation. Please email me directly if you have any further questions.
Kate Scholl
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