The Soul of Aging offers: ❖ a space to renew the heart, mind, and spirit through the exploration of the inner landscape of one’s life ❖ time to reconnect to one’s identity and integrity; identifying and honoring gifts & strengths and acknowledging our limits. ❖ a process to strengthen one’s self-awareness, with the help of others ❖ a space to deepen our conversation with ourselves, through tangible practices and specific guidelines ❖ a group in which powerful inquiry about the spiritual life can happen in a safe and confidential context ❖ an opportunity to practice deep listening and respectful speaking which can ultimately infiltrate and strengthen one’s life beyond the group ❖ a counter-culture approach to the problem solving, analytical, fast-paced world we often find ourselves in.
“Enough. The job is done. Whatever’s been uprooted, let it be Seedbed for the growing that’s to come. I ploughed to unearth last year’s reasons – The farmer ploughs to plant a greening season.” (Parker J. Palmer)
A retreat to reflect upon what it means to be brave, resilient and not just survive, but thrive in the midst of challenges and change, both personal and professional.
Join Phoenix Reis and Kirstin Anglea for a relaxing retreat weekend at the beautiful Suttle Lake Lodge near Sisters, OR. This time will provide parents who wish to support teens will love and integrity an opportunity to share stories of success and challenge in a safe, space, free of judgement. As a retreat, it is also time to unwind, let go, laugh, rest, and renew, alone and in community.
Join us to reflect, share, and learn what it looks like to support your teen with courage and integrity, allowing you to love your teen through their adolescence and beyond.
This experiential gathering is open to all educators (pre-K-12 & higher education), leaders, and ANYONE who yearns for space to pause and reflect upon their work and personal lives, and remain true to themselves in the midst of challenging times and change.