What Kind of Path is Your Path?

a personal journey to explore your life path

A 2 day retreat for you to explore your path and what it means to you

What direction do you want to take in life? What do you need to help you navigate through life? What path do you want to follow?

Whether you live a very practical life, or a spiritual one, whether you know what your path is or not, whatever paths you have explored, these 2 days will help you get clearer about your direction, about where you want to go, and how you are going to get there.

The retreat is set up to support you to find our more about what you need. It does not promote any particular life programme or teachings or outcomes - it is about supporting you to find out what is right for you.

What Kind of Path is your Path?

Thursday, Oct. 31st 2013 at 9:30am to Friday, Nov. 1st 2013 at 4:30pm

Stoke by Nayland Hotel, Keeper's Lane, Leavenheath, United Kingdom

What the retreat includes

  • 1:1 sessions and group activities
  • developing your personal metaphors
  • exploring symbols
  • creating "maps and models" of your desired path
  • using emergent and synchronistic information as it occurs

We will use Clean Language, Symbollic Modelling, Clean Space and Emergent Knowledge as ways of exploring and learning. You don't need any prior experience of these processes

The retreat package includes:

  • 2 days of facilitated activity in groups and in 1:1 sessions
  • lunch and dinner on 31st October
  • accommodation for one night on 31st October
  • breakfast and lunch on 1st November
  • refreshments during breaks on both days
  • free access to pool and poolside facilities

The venue is in tranquil Constable country in the Suffolk/Essex borders offering a relaxing location, with fantastic hotel and spa facilities. The hotel has a pool and gym as well as classes and spa treatments (costs for classes and spa are not included in the price).

Greta Irving at Evolutionary Retreats

Greta is a Facilitator, Coach and Psychotherapist who works with groups, organisations and individuals and specialises in working with metaphor and symbols using Clean Language and Symbolic Modelling. Her website is www.gretairving.co.uk