New Year Workshop in JERSEY - 'Stepping into the Field of Transformation'

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New Year Workshop in JERSEY - 'Stepping into the Field of Transformation'

Time: January 13, 2017 to January 15, 2017
Location: Jersey
Event Type: retreat
Organized By: Jnanamati
Latest Activity: Jan 9, 2017

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Cultivating Creativity and Presence at the turn of the year. Honouring your journey through the last year, a letting go ceremony for what you wish to release from the year past and creating a vision for the year ahead calling up the heart of creativity.

Fri 13th Jan 6.30-8.30pm
Sat 14th Jan 10am-5pm
Sun 15th 12.30-8.00pm

Facilitated by Jnanamati Williams coming from central England and Naomi West

Jnanamati Williams is a registered Art Therapist and trained in Buddhist psychology. He teaches online Buddhist Psychology with the Amida Academy. He is also following a diploma in trauma therapy with the NAOS institute. He is a Pureland priest with the Order of Amida Buddha. Jnanamati has led various spiritual retreats both in the UK, in Belgium and France, including workshops using art and artistic expression.

Naomi West has a Core Process (mindfulness-based) private psychotherapy practise. She has run retreats since 2011 in Jersey, and France. She has a Post Graduate Diploma in Arts in Therapy and Education, an MA in Mindfulness based Psychotherapy, & a wide-ranging background in the performing and therapeutic arts. She has practised Zen meditation since 2006, and draws on all these sources in her retreat offerings. 

20 places available. Booking in advace is recommended & helpful to facilitators.

Booking by sending a personal message to Naomi West on facebook or email naomi@artsinmindfulness.com 
Queries also possible by phone to Naomi: 07797 77 99 49.

Place reserved through £50 deposit.
Account detail if online transfer is best:
A/c: 2 6 7 3 5 4 8 2 
S/C 6 0 - 1 2 - 0 3

£50 - £200 sliding scale according to what is a reasonable contribution in relation to your financial capacity.

At the end of the workshop there will be an opportunity to give anonymously whatever within this scale you feel is appropriate in terms of the gratitude you feel for what you've received and what you know your own resources to be. We will provide a paper by the bowl to outline our expenses and what we need the average payment to be in relation to number of participants as an additional guidance.

We focus on embodied meditation and creating from embodied connection.

The retreat is open to people of any faith or no faith at all. The welcome those with a curiosity to explore themselves, their potential and if you wish, step back from your daily lives to explore the nature of living and being.

Community is also a strong resource on the retreats as we learn from each others journeys.

We hold a secure, strong and supportive space, offering tools to facilitate what you are individually wishing to explore or are curious to transform or step into. Sometimes we don't know what we wish to transform or step into, but this is the very thing that we discover in the engagement with the tasks offered.

Also see general website: 
www.artsinmindfulness.com

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