Inner Work and Resilience
Jun 17 @ 9:30 am - 11:30 pm BST
An event every week that begins at 9:30 am on Thursday, repeating until Jun 24, 2021
Inner Work and Resilience
Online course with Margo van Greta
Inner Work and Resilience aims to provide you with support on your inner journey during the current challenging times. This five week online course will offer you the opportunity to pause and reflect. It may be an introduction to inner work, or a refresher in the company of like minded people. You will identify resources that cultivate resilience, and create a practice to support that. You will tap into your own resources, and will learn new methods to explore and implement in your life, based on practices from the Findhorn Eco-village and Active Hope.
The outer world seems to be providing us with endless turbulence. Whether you are affected by Covid-19, concerned about the threatening climate crisis, involved with black lives matter, financial insecurity, health issues, gender issues, the topics we are facing in our lives seem endless. They may bring us levels of uncertainty and anxiety, tension or sleepless nights. Will it ever stop?
Cultivating Inner Resilience
How can we respond to these and more challenges in the best possible way? Is it possible to cultivate an inner strength and resilience to help us with that?
This course of Inner Work and Resilience aims to provide us with a support on this inner journey. Often in our busy lives it is not easy to pause, to reflect, to look within, and make choices that are supporting us in our lives.
How can this course help you?
You will identify resources that cultivate resilience, and create a practice to support that. You will tap into your own resources, and will learn new methods to explore and implement in your life.
The course includes:
- Five weekly facilitated sessions.
- Buddy groups of 3 or 4, meeting once a week.
- Guided meditations, nature based exercises, creative work, embodied spirituality.
- Interactions and sharing with course participants in small breakout rooms.
- Integration activities to engage with during the week:
- Journaling about the topics of the week.
- Engaging in spiritual practise during the week.
Outline of sessions:
- Introductions. Mapping our Resilience. Where are you now in relation to inner work and resilience? Where do you want to be?
- Exploration of personal resilience, reflection on your live story.
- Connecting with your inner source. Guided meditation to deeply connect with your inner wisdom.
- Active Hope: How do you cultivate resilience in a turbulent world.
- Integration and Next Steps. Identifying how you bring your learnings into practice in your daily life.
Dates starting on (5 sessions):
Thursdays May 27, June 3, 10, 17, 24, 9.30-11.30am BST (British Summer Time)
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Price £135, £105, £75 Tiered pricing
There are 3 prices, in order to make this course available to all:
£135: Generosity price: to financially support those without the means to participate.
£105: Sustainable price: the regular price to sustain this course.
£75: Subsidised price, for those on low income and in need of financial assistance.
Please give generously within your means.
Margo van Greta is a pioneer of holistic spirituality and a facilitator of transformation, creating a safe and supportive space for deepening the inner journey. She is a qualified guide of the Game of Transformation, and a practitioner of Tibetan Buddhism since 1987. As staff member of the Findhorn Foundation from 1991 until 2021, she worked with integrated spirituality through Spiritual and Personal Development, and is a former member of the management team. One of her projects was creating the Inspired Action Conference in 2010, and facilitating the month long Spiritual Deepening course. She has been leading retreats for 20 years, and does her personal annual month-long retreat in southern Spain. Margo initiated a Buddhist Group and is a qualified Discovering Buddhism teacher. She trained with Joanna Macy and the Work that Reconnects, and facilitates Active Hope courses. Currently her work has moved online. She loves nature, deeply enjoys regular walks on the nearby Findhorn beach, and her connection with the seals.