New Program:The Vision of the Heart

The Four-Chambered Heart is the home of vision. When we are full, open, clear and strong-hearted vision is 20:20. For Visionmakers, maintenance of the heart is a navigational necessity.

 

Join Patrick ONeill for a two-day exploration of the Four-Chambered Heart. This workshop is based on Angeles Arrien's model and will provide participants with an indepth experience of the Vision of the Heart. We will employ a variety of traditional and modern techniques, including visualization, journeying, reflective practice, journaling and dialogue, to support you to discover what is at the heart of your journey at this time.

 

The full heart is the home of deep engagement. It is here that we learn about being authentic, about commitment and about full expression. What am I full-hearted about? Where am I half-hearted? How can I resolve issues of half-heartedness through problem solving?

 

The open heart teaches us to trust self, others and circumstances as they unfold. It is the home of love, balance, compassion and tolerance. Where am I open-hearted? What has caused closed-heartedness? How do I forgive and reopen the heart?

 

The clear heart teaches the lessons of integrity and discernment. What am I clear about in my personal journey - in my roles, relationships and activities? Where do I stand on important issues? What are the dilemmas or areas of confusion in my life? How do I resolve my concerns and move forward?

 

The strong heart is the home of courage. Where am I strong-hearted about my journey, relationships, and actions? Where am I weak-hearted and unable or unwilling to make difficult choices, say what's so when it's so, and stand by my convictions? What strengthening work do I need to undertake?

 

The Four-Chambered Heart is the place that vision assembles and is the source of the unique and unfolding path that every Visionmaker is born to pursue.

 

Please join us. Make your heart your priority.

 

April 24/25

Location: Toronto

 

For more information and registration please visit our website or call us at 416-361-3331.

 

Posted on February 2, 2010 and filed under Uncategorized.