CULTIVATING PROMISE Amidst Political Madness

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CULTIVATING PROMISE Amidst Political Madness

Time: June 17, 2017 at 9:30am to June 18, 2017 at 5pm
Location: The Old Siskiyou Barn
Website or Map: http://http:??www.stephenvict…
Phone: (541) 531-5756
Event Type: systemic, constellations, workshop
Organized By: Stephen Victor
Latest Activity: Jun 7, 2017

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Cultivating Promise Amidst Political Madness
June 17-18th
9:30 am - 5:00 pm
Ashland, OR (The Old Siskiyou Barn)

"What’s madness but nobility of soul/at odds with circumstance?" — Theodore Roethke
Hello Rita,
No matter the degree of difficulty of our lives the Mystery is relentlessly prompting us to grow our capacities beyond that of those who came before us. Beyond that of our cultural upbringings. Beyond that of the injurious and challenging circumstances of our personal histories. We are here to be changed through our own direct experience. To live our own lives. To cultivate our own creative expression and fulfill our promise.

This work is ours alone do to. Much we alone can do. Much requires the help of those agents of change working at the behest of the Mystery.

“Bring ALL your challenges, bring ANYTHING you have NOT been able to shift and heal all your life, bring the BIGGEST most important questions about your life, bring that which no one else managed to help you with and Stephen will do that with grace and ease.”   - Adele Adonai

Fees: Both days $295: One day $195
Contact Bridget at (541) 531-5756 or [email protected]

StephenVictor, having the mind of a engineer, the soul of a mystic and the heart of a poet, consistently delivers practical change and desired results with realtime and real-life issues, concerns and problems. For over 35 years Stephen has provided consultancy, coaching, mentoring and training. His work is informed by NLP, Ericksonian Hypnosis, Andean and Toltec Mysticism, Hellinger Constellations, Sente Energetics, and Biocoding. He provides counsel to organizations and business.

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