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FEEDBACK from the Weekend of Dreams workshops
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Finite and infinite supervision
The title is taken from book called 'Finite and Infinite Games' (Carse J). The purpose of an finite game is to have an outcome and once that is achieved the game stops. Right and wrong are finite games and the law is based on this. The purpose of an infinite game on the other hand is to play for the love of it and the aim is to keep the game going. So improvisation in jazz or drama would be examples of infinite games as would children’s play.To return to a theme of fear and love which I have been teaching for many years , fear is involved in a finite game. The fear of losing something, whether it is the game, a client or a lawsuit. Love knows itself as infinite and can see life unfolding as it is. Our life is becoming one which is increasingly transactional and when the other does not fulfil our expectations, we get upset. We calculate to get an outcome and protect ourselves from failing and blame. We are hypnotised into a finite way of being and looking at the world.
Due to popular demand and the amazing feedback from Robin's previous training sessions in 2017 and 2018, we have secured another training day with Robin this summer . '
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The Shekinah Centre, Newchurch in Pendle.
Cost £175 for 2 days, including overnight accommodation, (limited places.)
Cost without accommodation £150
This is a bespoke ten day course that recognises the individual needs of each school, and the needs that emerge as the course progresses.
The course dovetails with the Government's recent blue paper on Counselling in Schools which focuses on improving the well-being and resilience of children and school staff.
Request an information leaflet today, or contact us to arrange a meeting to discuss how this highly regarded programme may be of interest to your school staff.
See 'Our Services' page for the feedback on these recent training days at the Shekinah Centre in Newchurch in Pendle.
If you are interested in any of the above or have a training request, please do not hestiate to contact us either by email or telephone.