Join us for a weekend of clay modeling, music, architectural installations, laughter, and provocative discussion. Working with Sensory Learning Styles (Enki Education), Direct Picture Building (Goethe), the Buddha Families (Tibetan Buddhism), and Mindfulness Meditation, we will explore new perspectives and possibilities.
We will tease apart the expectations and assumptions that shrink our perceptions and block our intuition. We will begin learning the art of accessing and trusting our intuition, including techniques to take home to make this an ongoing practice we can apply in any situation – from the child who can’t seem to learn, to the co-worker who seems to be deaf, to the undertaking that defies our plans.
What guides us through the difficult moments of teaching? Of parenting? Of working in collaboration or managing a team? What guides us as we choose which path to take at any given moment? Ultimately, our intuition works to steer us all the time. It is busily rumbling beneath the surface of both our emotions and our logical proofs. It rumbles out its clear message of “Yes. This is the way to go,” or “No way, back off! Now!” It is always at work; the only questions are whether we will hear its call, and whether we will trust ourselves enough to act on it.
Teaching Authenticity versus Dogma:
No approach to teaching, however brilliant or effective, will ever be more important than the individual adult’s ability to hear and act upon her own intuition. It is intuition that must guide the adult’s moment-to-moment work so that our teaching is a creative and genuine response to each situation and each person, and yet we maintain a coherent whole. Without intuition, any and all approaches become dogma.
Tuition is $450 (or $400 USD) for the full three day weekend – all supplies and snacks included.
Registration Fee is $250 (or $200 USD), non-refundable
Remainder ($200) due by April 15th. Non-refundable.
WHEN? May 18-20
OUT OF TOWN ARRIVAL : May 17th, 2018
Friday: 9 – 12 and 2 – 5
Saturday: 9 – 12 and 2 – 5
Sunday: 8:30 – 11:30 and 12:30 to 4
WHERE? Knowlesville Art and Nature Centre
111 Simms Road, Knowlesville, NB, E7L4P7
Fly to Fredericton and rent a car or bus to Florenceville and we will help arrange rides to your housing. Let us know if you need help with housing.
You may be able to get continuing education credits for this course too! Please read through the attached course syllabus if you are interested in this option.
More information: Contact Tegan Wong-Daugherty by email or by phone at 506-375-8623.