Wisdom Quest

A nature-based exploration of maturity

Location: Hazel Hill Wood Farley Nr Salisbury SP5 1AA
Start Date: 03 July, 2013 at 07:00
Finish Date: 08 July 2013 at 03:00
Leader: ALAN HEEKS (View profile)
Cost: £300 - £500

This process is inspired by the vision quest, a rite of passage traditional in many cultures for seeking inspiration and moving through changes. The Wisdom Quest is particularly intended to support men and women approaching, or already into their elderhood or Third Age: typically the fifties, sixties or seventies.

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This is often a time of many changes and this process helps integrate these and support and inspire you in opening to the next phases of life.

Throughout the process we will be held and guided by the wisdom of this beautiful 70-acre wood, especially in the 48 hour solo time at the heart of it.

We will explore the meaning of elderhood in tribal cultures, and for us now, both personally and collectively.

Facing our dying to enrich our living will be an important part of this. This group is intended for men and women, especially over 50, but of any age when moving into elderhood is important.

Please pay what you feel is appropriate and affordable for you, suggested range £300 - £700, this includes accommodation and food, and handbook relating to this work.
To book, please send a deposit of £70, payable to Regenco to
Jeremy Thres, Horsham Corner, Manaton, Devon TQ13 9UB
For any enquiries, contact Jeremy on 01647 221444, 07717 853967 ojl1@btconnect.com

“nature is the healer, the wisdom keeper and the inspiration and working with Jeremy you couldn't be in better hands.” Ya’Acov Darling Khan
“At the time I didn’t realise the depth of what I was doing on the Quest and what it meant for my own healing.” Therapist

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