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Mar 22

Intensive Journal: Life Context Workshop (QLD)

Start Date
22 March 2019 9:30 AM
End Date
23 March 2019 4:30 PM

What would you like your life to be?

The Intensive Journal developed by Ira Progoff combines 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:

  • Gain greater self-awareness and self-confidence
  • Work out career directions and major decisions
  • Live more authentically, connected to your deepest values and aspirations
  • Develop skills and practices to reflect on all aspects of your life

The workshop will be led by Kate Scholl and is sponsored with the Centre for Practical Spirituality in New Farm, Queensland.  

Read more about Intensive Journal Workshops


  • Cost is $160 or $145 for Early bird rego before 28 FEB. Eremos members $140 or $125 for Early bird before 28 FEB. Please email for the code to get the member discount. 
  • Register here: QLD Intensive Journal registration 
  • Cost is inclusive of morning and afternoon teas.




Event Type
Intensive Journal: Life Context Workshop
Event Location
Centre for Practical Spirituality
52 Merthyr Road
New Farm QLD 4005
Venue Phone
07 3358 6945
Contact Details
Debbie or Greg

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