Safer Space for leaders from diverse fields and backgrounds to examine their inner selves and values in a confidential and professional environment.
Information about the basic aspects of human flourishing and lessons from spirituality based on the latest scientific research.
Wisdom for Transformation to support attendees in becoming positive agents of change in the world.
Practical Tools for Self-Care to incorporate into personal and working lives.
Community to support each other’s journeys, especially to reflect on the changes, losses, despair, as well as rays of hope experienced during the pandemic.
The in-person retreat in June 2022 will take place in Switzerland at Greifenstein, a 16th century manor overlooking Lake Constance, the third largest freshwater lake in Europe, situated where Switzerland, Germany and Austria meet. Greifenstein is a private home surrounded by the verdant Swiss landscape. The intention is for the participants to gather in the familiarity of a home setting for the final retreat.
SESSIONS & SPEAKERS
Retreat: In-person Gathering at Greifenstein, Switzerland / June 12-15, 2022 (June 12 Check in/June 15 Check out)
We will finally meet each other in person during a 2 night/3 day retreat in the peaceful and picturesque Switzerland at Greifenstein, a 16th century manor. We will integrate all the learnings from the previous sessions into an understanding of where we are in life and where to go from here from a broader spiritual perspective. The program will include discussions, contemplative, artistic and movement sessions. We will take away a wealth of knowledge, wisdom and practices from the journey and think about how we can flourish not only in our personal lives but also contribute to the flourishing of the world. We will be in a home setting where we will break bread together, take walks in nature, and enjoy the fellowship of the journey participants before we re-enter our respective lives. More details of the retreat will follow.
Throughout the journey, parallel to the lectures, there will also be practice sessions designed to share tools for self-care. They will be scheduled as separate sessions so that participants can join when they are able. To complement the knowledge-based lectures, these sessions will explore a variety of practices ranging from meditation, music, art, poetry and movement.