Purposeful Memoir as a Path to a Thriving Future: at Findhorn, Scotland
May 23 @ 12:00 am – May 30 @ 11:59 pm
Imagine spending a week at a magical Scottish castle, nestled into a safe, supportive circle with kindred spirits, exploring your individual life story and its deep connection with the cultural and environmental landscapes of your time and place.
Imagine taking the time to ground yourself deeply in your own historical roots, taking stock of the past and present as a prelude to stepping into your potential as a conscious leader who can co-create the thriving future we all yearn for.
In this week-long intensive workshop at Findhorn Cluny Hill in Scotland, you’ll use writing as a pathway to deep contemplation and personal discovery, following my time-tested approach of provocative prompts and open-hearted, empathetic sharing.
Memoir becomes purposeful when we use self-exploration as a catalyst for finding our purpose as a member of larger communities, including the Earth community of which we are all a part. As we align our personal stories with the larger narratives of our time and place, we are able to more deeply understand the present moment as a springboard into a sustainable, thriving future for all life on Earth.
My transformational workshops in purposeful memoir are not just for writers—they will catalyze deep thinking and evocative sharing in anyone who seeks to awaken or deepen their practice of spiritually grounded activism and conscious leadership, in their own lives and in their communities.
As you emerge from this inspiring, immersive week, you may find that you see yourself and the world differently than when you began.
You will have new insights into your own individual life story, and how it fits into the larger narratives of your time and place.
You will have developed deep friendships with the kindred spirits who have joined with you to let this new understanding of past, present and future emerge and take shape.
You will go back into your ordinary life refreshed, inspired and rededicated to our common human task of co-creating a future in which we all can thrive.