Imagine holding Earth in your heart and listening to how to take your next step. Imagine that we are enough. That our actions do matter. Imagine living from a place of love, deeply aligned with the Earth. Imagine living with a full awareness of being a member of the community of mutuality that is the whole Earth.
As we re-awaken our innate and profound connection to Earth and to one another, how do we choose to move forward in the world? Who do we choose to be? This will be our focus at a 3-day retreat on October 4-6, 2019. Join us as we explore how listening to Earth, nurturing our Being, and cultivating healthy community may help us envision our next steps, both individually and collectively.
Join us for this Circle of Trust® retreat, based on the work of Parker J. Palmer, author and spiritual elder, where we will:
WHERE: Our retreat will be held on Whidbey Island, WA, a short hour’s drive north of Seattle and a ferry ride over the silver blue waters of Puget Sound.
WHEN: Dates will be determined soon for fall of 2020.
Karen Harding, MS, recently retired from a career teaching Chemistry and Environmental Science at Pierce College in Lakewood, WA. She values the role that reflective practice plays in teaching and learning as well as in self-development and self-understanding. As a Courage & Renewal facilitator, Karen continues to explore how our experiences, our relationships, and our thoughts play out in our lives. In addition to exploring the connections between body, mind and spirit, Karen enjoys bicycling, skiing, running, spending time with friends, gardening, and reading.
(253) 651-0348, email@example.com
Kim Stokely has spent 20 years as a nonprofit leader coaching emerging nonprofits and community groups as they’ve formed, developed, and taken action. In 2008, she co-founded Courage to Lead for Non-Profit Leaders in Santa Barbara, CA. She nurtures other nonprofit leaders in their professional and personal lives so that they can bring the gifts of leadership to whole-hearted service for others and the world. Kim’s writing focuses on listening and learning from place, inviting the listener into their inner-soul landscape as well as a deep alignment with the natural world. Kim was prepared as a facilitator by the Center for Courage & Renewal and holds an ACC Coach Credential through International Coaches Federation.
(530) 949-5558, firstname.lastname@example.org