Intensive Journal® Depth Contact Online Workshop via Zoom
Depth Contact Workshop
The Life Context Intensive Journal Workshop is a prerequisite for this workshop.
Workshop Times: Saturday and Sunday 13 and 14th March 2021
9:00 – 4:30 each day
Please note that workshop times listed here are different to times noted in December EREMOS magazine. This website information is correct.
led by Kate Scholl
This workshop builds on the Life Context Intensive Journal® workshop developed by Ira Progoff, which is a prerequisite. It introduces new methods for exploring dreams and images, experiences of significant connection, ultimate concerns of our life, and events which have shaped us. This workshop provides a progressively deepening atmosphere and introduces new techniques and exercises to clarify personal experience of meaning and the development of symbolic images will lead to greater self understanding and insight. Focusing on inner development, the Progoff method provides an integrated system for connecting with the true self.
Completing this workshop provides access to the complete range of the methods of the Intensive Journal® that enables a unifying and transformative process for living our lives with depth and meaning.
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.
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This workshop is only open to people who will be in Australia at the time of the workshop. Asia Pacific residents may be able attend, please enquire of email@example.com
What is needed to do this workshop online?
For the duration of the workshop participants need to be online with a stable internet connection using a tablet or computer. Also needed is a quiet uninterrupted space with a desk or table for writing in your Journal and your Intensive Journal workbook.
More details about preparing for the workshop will be provided on registration.
If you have any questions about the workshop, please contact Kate at firstname.lastname@example.org
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