Sensing your Vocation
Finding your Role in the Living World
Knowing that we’re contributing fully to community, society and/or planetary well-being is deeply rewarding. We all have our part to play. Each person’s vocation is unique, and stems from our passions, our innate skills and our values as well as the life experience we’ve acquired.When we’re living our vocation we can feel truly alive and fulfilled; but sometimes knowing our vocation and finding ways to live it can present a challenge in today’s world.
There’ll be a mixture of whole group discussion and small group work, time for individual reflection, creative ways of exploring and the option for a 1:1 with Gill. We’ll spend time in the hotel with its wonderful inspiring views, and wherever the weather permits we’ll ‘ground’ our experience through exploring the farm surrounding the hotel. There will also be at least one bigger walk in the neighbouring mountains.
Gill Coombs has over ten years’ experience working with organisation and individuals, and to her great joy has found her own vocation, which includes supporting others in finding theirs! On this workshop she will be exploring vocational archetypes and looking at how in community, as in all healthy eco-systems, there is potentially a ‘niche’ for everyone.
Sebastian Burch MSc (Hons) Since a young age Sebastian has loved the natural world and this led him to start a degree in Biology at Oviedo University. Disillusioned with mechanistic and reductionist science, he then did a Masters in Holistic Science at Schumacher College. He is now engaged in holistic research concerned with landscape feelings, and is very interested in Transformative Ecology and social ecological transformation.
Gill Coombs & Sebastian Burch
7th – 12th of November
On this inspirational course we’ll explore the notion of vocation, and attempt to answer some of the big questions: why am I here? what is my life all about?
The Course is based at Posada del Valle, an Eco-Hotel that rest within its organic farm.
A beautiful and inspiring landscape where biodiversity, organic farming and a cosy atmosphere are always nurtured; near the Picos de Europa, in Asturias, North Spain.
700 Euros – One person in an individual room
1200 Euros – Two people sharing a double room.
The event fees include accommodation (five nights), vegetarian food, field trips and all teaching sessions.
To book a place in this event, get in contact with us through our email:firstname.lastname@example.org or this phone number: +34 985707005
+34 661629708 (Sebastian)
+34 635344487 (Lidia)