Noy Pullen and I are offering an opportunity for 4 - 5 people (maximum) to embark on a journey together for personal growth, creative expression and spiritual connectedness through the processes of Destiny Learning.
Destiny learning offers many tools for exploring and dealing with karma.
Out of his personal research based on the Anthroposophical insights given by Rudolf Steiner on karma, Coen van Houten developed a series of workshops to grow skills, over time, to explore your own karmic questions in a proactive way.
This is done in a series of steps involving four weekend workshops:
1. Understanding Karma
2. Transforming Karma
3. Transforming Relationships
4. Life initiatives
(5. Spiritual research – offers an optional additional step in a broadened context)
Dates for this work in Johannesburg, 2018 are:
Destiny Learning 1 - Understanding Karma — February
Destiny Learning 2 - Transforming Karma — April
Destiny Learning 3 - Transforming Relationships — August
Destiny Learning 4 – Life Initiatives — November
Workshop times are Friday 18h30-21h00, Saturday 9h00-17h00 and Sunday 9h00-13h00
Fees per weekend are R1 500 plus the contribution of either half a lunch or one tea-time snack to bring and share. Noy and I will take care of tea, coffee, water and juice.
Venue will be in or near the Bryanston area – to be confirmed.
A deposit of 50% secures your place; balance payable one week prior to the workshop.
Application Form & bank details upon enquiry at firstname.lastname@example.org or 083 577 7721
Please feel free to forward the email to friends who might be interested in the workshop.
Linoia Pullen studied biography counselling at the Centre for Social Development and specialises in how one's personal colour influences one's life choices. She and Malcolm Daniels designed and facilitated social workshops called 'Living Conversation' for two years at Tobias School of Art in the U.K. She was also part of Coen van Houten's original core research group exploring how the model of the seven life processes can be employed to shed light on how adults learn, understanding karma and embark on spiritual research.
Helen Field has training and practical experience in biography and destiny learning, having studied the former through Persephone College and the latter through Malcolm Daniels'. She is a craniosacral therapist, trauma release provider and life-integration facilitator working out of the principals of wholism, regarding challenges presenting in and through life as providing the essential elements for our individual evolving.
Friday evening gathering 8th September at 7.30 pm Rudolf Steiner Centre