Retreat: Nurturing Intuition – Harmonising head and heart
06- 08, Nov 2009
@ 6:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Global Retreat Centre, Nuneham Park, Nuneham Courtenay, Oxon, OX44 9PG
The Janki Foundation firstname.lastname@example.org
The word intuition conjures up different meanings for each of us. It can be described as an inner knowing, a sense of what’s right, a feeling for what is needed beyond the immediate visible circumstances. It is that inner voice and call to act on our instinct. It is something that may have developed in us through our personal and professional experience.
In healthcare work we increasingly have to answer to processes and dynamics which can leave little space for human intuition. This may result in us feeling frustrated, self-doubting and restricted, unable to express our individual judgements and hunches as regards our patients’ and clients’ needs.
Nurturing our intuition can give us more confidence in using it. The more we can understand and harness this wealth of natural skill and intelligence, the more we can use it alongside factual knowledge, balancing both head and heart to enrich our own life and the lives of others.
This retreat will enable healthcare practitioners to:
- Take time out to relax, reflect and recharge
- Explore and harness your intuitive skills
- Experience the benefits of various learning tools to nurture your intuition.
Friday 6th November
5.00pm Arrivals and Registration
7.00pm Silent Reflection
8.30pm Welcome and Introduction
Saturday 7th November
9.00am The Inner Tutor
11.30am Meditation, Movement & Tai Chi workshops
2.00pm Time for reflection, walks & tour of the house
4.30pm Meditation, Movement & Tai Chi workshops
6.15pm The Wisdom of Intuition
8.30pm Playing with Intuition
Sunday 8th November
9.30am Unearthing workshop
11.45am Harnessing the Power of Intuition
1.15pm Lunch and Departures
The retreat is being hosted by the Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University at their Global Retreat Centre, just outside Oxford. The retreat centre is a comfortable and spacious stately home set in fifty-five acres of landscaped gardens overlooking the River Thames.
For more information please check www.globalretreatcentre.org.uk
There is no charge for this residential retreat. Both the Janki Foundation and the Brahma Kumaris do not charge for any of their events, however, voluntary contributions are welcomed by both charities.