Tables, Fairies & Hyperspaces
June 16 - June 18
Exploring our Dreams, Body and Movement as Keys
to sustainability and Leadership in times of rapid change
with Gill Emslie and Kate Jobe
We live in a time of increasingly rapid change. Technical and cultural developments change the way we spend our time and relate to ourselves, our families, friends and our work situations. Changes in the environment, politics and economics affect our lives directly. While these things are ‘real ’ they are only one dimension of reality, forming part of a collective hypnosis. If we have no way to get beyond this, we feel powerless and unable to live our full potential. Getting to know the “fairies and hyperspaces” in the midst of this experience means we can step out of this collective hypnosis and into a connection with your deep self long enough to get a perspective that opens up new possibilities and gives us access to personal power, purpose and satisfaction.
In this workshop we will explore your dreams, body, and your movement as deep and powerful resources for connecting with your deepest resources and beyond into that which guides you. We will apply the insights that you find there to your everyday world finding new ways of approaching problems and living in our rapidly changing world.
Gill Emslie, PhD
Processwork trainer, and director of the School of Processwork in Spain, and RSPOPUK faculty, teaches internationally in diverse settings including social inclusion, community, business and academia, facilitating in-depth training programmes and working directly with leadership teams. When she is not travelling Gill lives in Findhorn, an NGO providing training on issues related to sustainability, environment, peace and shelter.
Kate Jobe, M.A., C.M.A., RSMT/E
Kate Jobe is a senior International Processwork trainer in Zurich, Portland, Poland, and Russia with a special passion for the role the body and movement play in the supporting practical spirituality. She has been a large-group facilitator since the beginning of Worldwork and has done numerous projects applying Processwork including working with the Irish conflict in Dublin and Belfast, the victims of the Chernobyl nuclear accident, people in altered and extreme states. She lives and has a private practice in Switzerland.