Initial LIFE CONTEXT workshop a success

The inaugural INTENSIVE JOURNAL workshop, conducted in Victoria, British Columbia in July of this year, was well received with excellent participant feedback from the 14 people who attended.  The LIFE CONTEXT workshop was the first in a series of workshops to be conducted by Bill Israel, Certified Intensive Journal Facilitator.  A sample quote from one of the female workshop participants:

“If you are interested to explore your inner landscape, to get acquainted with some of your hidden stuff in a gentle, creative, self-directed and very private way, then PLEASE take this workshop.  It will enrich your life and make you a more conscious person”

The next INTENSIVE JOURNAL workshop is tentatively scheduled for November, 2015, in Victoria, B.C.  Check out Bill’s website for updated information, including the dates and location of a series of FREE 3 hour introductory seminars.

 

4 thoughts on “Initial LIFE CONTEXT workshop a success

  1. Uhm…penso sia un riflesso della crisi. A tal proposito andrebbe soilottneato il sorprendente tentativo di salto di qualità della Goen che punta alle edicole e propone per le fumetterie dei titoli di sicuro valore e molto lunghi! Spero non scoppi!

  2. ana paula comentou em 21 de março de 2010 às 10:17. olá,,nunca usei o hidratante da pureness, tenho o pó, o tônico e já usei o mousse de limpeza,, todos são ótimos,,estou adorando as dicas de maquiagem, ontem fiz um olho lindo graças às suas dicas,,bjsbom domingo

  3. be patient. u dont want to accuse him and ruin ur relationship by showing him that u dont trust him, but dont engage in any sexual activity with him because if he did pass it to you then u are just going to keep spreading it back and forth. wait till u get the full results to decide on what to do, in the meanwhile try to keep ur mind off it and stay busy with something else…even if u do have it it’s curable and in early stage its not dangerous to ur health.

  4. Sometimes I feel like I have too many hats and that life would be simpler if I could just hang a few up…but I’m not really willing to give any of them up. Mother, wife, sister, daughter, mediator, employee, cook, caregiver…there are just so many. These days I’m just trying to stop trying to fix other people’s problems…thanks for a thought provoking (as always) post. Amber ps. I love hats with faces!

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