2019 dates to be confirmed
This weekend offers participants the opportunity to ask themselves questions and seek honest answers. The weekend is structured to encourage individuals to explore their life and look at how the past can sometimes impact upon current life choices; participants are then encouraged to apply this learning with the hope of moving forward in their lives.
Aim: The aim is to reflect upon values and beliefs, explore the life choices and gain some insight into individual life scripts; the hope is that individuals begin to reawaken a passion and interest for life. Participants will be encouraged to suspend any current worries and acknowledge any fears, this then allows individuals to centre themselves and become ready to experience the weekend. Participants will then be encouraged to reflect upon their experiences and consider how sometime the past might still shape their future. This then provides an opportunity for participants to ask themselves where they are going and what they want from their life.
The participants: we generally accept up to 8participants for each week-end, this is to ensure that all individuals have space to reflect and share in a safe environment
The Venue: Shekinah is set in peaceful grounds with eight acres of woodland and gardens offering a quiet place to retreat relax and reflect. The Centre nestles on the side of a beautiful 'hidden valley' in the foothills of Pendle in rural Lancashire.
Accommodation Package: For those who wish to take advantage of the accommodation, the rooms are en suite with coffee making facilities. The weekend begins Saturday morning where informal introductions can be made. Breakfast is provided Sunday, Lunch on Saturday and Sunday and an Evening Meal on Saturday along with all beverages are included in the package
Non-Accommodation Package: For those who would prefer not to stay overnigh, lunch is provided on Both Days and all beverages throughout the are included.
Timeline for the Weekend
Saturday 9.30am until 7.00pm
Sunday 9.30am until 3.30pm
The evening meal will be available at 7.30 pm on Saturday
There will also be optional sessions at no extra cost to participants
Participants will be encouraged to take part in experiential exercises. These include: vocal and movement exercises, visualisations, discussion groups and the use of creative materials; it provides an opportunity to understand conscious and unconscious lifespan development.
Lesley Wilson will facilitate the event and her details can be found on the 'About Us' page on this website.
Click on the link to the right to see the thoughts and comments from previous participants.