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Finding Resilience, Inspiration and Strength for Our Task in the World – Retreat

18 January, 2020 3:00 pm - 23 January, 2020 3:00 pm

The retreats are now 5 nights, commencing at 3pm on January 18 and finishing at 3pm on January 23.

Please direct all enquires for the retreat to innerworkpath@gmail.com or phone 02 6684 6147

“Lisa Romero offers a supported inner development path based on the work of Rudolf Steiner. The retreats give time for sustained meditative focus, a healing artistic rhythm and contemplation of truths of the spirit. It is clear that Lisa has done the decades of inner preparation to lead such retreats with integrity. The whole retreat is sensitively organised as a healing experience for participants and a source of rejuvenation in our busy lives. The retreats can offer an important support for a teacher’s vocational tasks which require a steadfast inner bearing and connection to inspirations for the creative work ahead.”      Peggy Day – Teacher Educator, lead writer Australian Steiner Curriculum Framework

“The Inner work path retreats are a gift to one’s self, beyond the intellect;  a chance to come together with other like minded beings to work, nurture and balance all aspects of one’s being, at a deeply transformational level.”      Darren Holmes – Bd farmer, eco builder

“Every detail of the retreats seems aimed at creating a space where one can enter deeply into the vast and transformative content that Lisa and her colleagues are bringing. Everything is taken care of with a quiet grace and beauty and you are left free to participate in  the community of inwardly striving, questioning, practicing friends that develops over the course of the retreat. The rhythm of the day is beautifully balanced and it leaves you with an inner experience of what it feels like to live through a deeply nourishing and digestible day, which is what we would ideally be bringing to the children we teach, and for which there are so few models in our super fast and consumptive world. Most importantly, one becomes part of group of individuals helping each other to grow and develop in a mood of reverence, warmth, love and striving attunement to the spiritual world. I’d encourage anyone to whom Lisa’s work speaks to most definitely experience it in the context of a retreat if they really want a chance to take hold of the pictures and practices she brings and make them part of their lives, whilst also benefitting from the connections that develop by being with others involved in the same work.”      Katrina Stowe – Teacher 

“Developing the self through the inner work has given me profound insight and ability to differentiate between my thoughts and actions fuelled by egotism, and those led by the Higher Self. As a mental health practitioner, this light can now guide my interventions, enhancing rapport and transformation.”      Anthea Fraser –  Practitioner

“The retreats have given me the opportunity, time, space and inspiration to fully experience meditation without distraction or the demands of work or family life, and with the support and strength of a gifted and generous teacher and wonderful support team. Every time I’ve been on a retreat it’s given me what I’ve needed at that time, and each time has been completely different, but always rich and inspiring. I’d really encourage anyone thinking about it, anyone who feels drawn to a retreat. I think it’s a remarkable opportunity, and a very welcoming atmosphere. And it makes no difference whether you have lots of experience or none at all ”      Lisa Brockwell – Parent, poet

Details

Start:
18 January, 2020 3:00 pm
End:
23 January, 2020 3:00 pm

Venue

Sangsurya
95 Old Bangalow Rd
Byron Bay, NSW Australia
Website:
http://www.sangsurya.com.au
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