Grace In Retreat: Socratic Learning

“A loving heart awakens the spirit of possibility and engagement of others.” – John O’Donohue

Do you have a daily or weekly retreat to awaken the spirit of possibility?

You don’t need to leave home. You just need an hour or so in a quiet space.

Space for the excellence of Socratic learning; to examine your values, principles, and beliefs.

A daily or weekly workshop is like a retreat. We then have time and space to examine meaning, purpose or art. This is my intention as a teacher. Through retreating and self-inquiry, we can examine our narrative and decide what we want.

What’s at the center? What gives joy? Heart? Connection? Love?

This intentional self-inquiry is not interested in perfectionistic societal norms. But rather a process of knowing our own thoughts, actions, and beliefs. We aim to reveal the values, internal motivations and assumptions upon which we live and connect.

My workshops are not intended to fix, change or convince any one of a “better way of life”. We all want to feel better at something. This work of retreating into a workshop or one-on-one coaching is instead a space committed to your contemplation, meditation, or writing about what you think, say or wants to say about yourself and the world.

The goal is to have a space to retreat to during our daily life, where we can consistently tap into the underlying values, sustainable emotions, creativity and resiliency of the mind and heart. In retreating, we can dwell in the conversation of our authenticity, what’s most true and possible.

Our clear-sighted awareness and self-revelation is ours to create. Our next steps await.

You can create a stay-at-home-retreat, a weekly retreat, a 6-week retreat, a soulful retreat of your own.

Send me an email – jennifer@jennfierschelter – if you want support.

I look forward to hearing from you,

Jennifer Schelter

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