[This course is a pre-requisite for the Medicine Walk Practitioner Level Training]
Life in the fast-lane doesn’t always make accessing your inner wisdom easy.
In the old days, people went on long journeys into the wilderness, or fasted for days or spent months in a monastery, to learn the methods of opening their gateways to inner guidance.
Why did they do this?
But in modern life, most of us don’t have the time or inclination toward extreme measures to access the wisdom that is around us.The good news? There are easier ways!
Inquiry is a quest, an exploration, a willingness to suspend what you think you know and a willingness to be surprised.
Combining your Inquiry with Guidance from Nature, you’ll receive invaluable input that can be applied to expand, clarify and deepen your work in the world.
This is why I created the program The Medicine Walk: The Art of Transformative Inquiry.
The Medicine Walk: The Art of Transformative Inquiry is for you if you are a nurse coach, entrepreneur, clinician and/or leader who wants greater access to your inner-wisdom-navigational system for guidance and direction in your work in the world.
The program uniquely blends indigenous nature-based wisdom traditions with holistic nursing and modern-day coaching methods to help you connect to the vast guidance (all around you) streaming in from the natural world.
This allows you to uncover the insights and action steps that are ripe to emerge and guide you in your work.
The end result is a clear roadmap on how to:
Come to this workshop prepared to learn how to read your messages, focus your ideas, know where to put your energy, and amplify your work in the world.
Nurses who participated in this workshop got their answers to these questions:
A Medicine Walk is a visionary kind of walk you take in nature (could be your backyard, a neighborhood or city park or the wilderness) while holding a Question about an important issue relevant to your work or personal life.
Your Medicine Walk in Nature becomes your rich source of invaluable messages in the form of metaphors and symbolic language which, throughout the retreat/workshop, we unearth and decode.
This day-long program is set up in three parts.
Part one allows for teaching time, orienting you to the Medicine Walk process and rolling up our sleeves to hone in on your specific inquiry for your Medicine Walk.
The middle of the day is for you to take your Medicine Walk.
For the online program, your walk is in your own local area. You’ll have plenty of time for your walk and lunch. Afterwards you return Zoom and the group where you each will “tell the story of your walk”.For the In-Person retreat, lunch and your Medicine Walk are taken at my retreat center in Port Townsend, 11 acres of old growth forest, trails, a pond and the warmth of a wood burning stove.
LOCATION: Virtual Chat Room (Zoom)
Space is limited to 4-6 participants.
Questions? Email me!
The virtual retreat workshop takes place using the video chat room Zoom with a small group other health professionals like yourself.
LOCATION: Port Townsend, WA at Jackie’s Retreat Center. 11 acres of old growth forest, trails, pond and the warmth of a wood burning stove. Directions provided after registration.
TIME: 9:00 AM-5:00 PM
Lunch and snacks provided. (Let me know your food allergies!)
Registration: $145 (Early Bird)
Questions? Email me!
Jackie Levin RN, MS, AHC-BC, NC-BC
Jackie works with nurse leaders, coaches and entrepreneurs who are transforming healthcare to be healing and soul-thriving for themselves and those they serve.
Her studies with master teachers in Holistic Nursing, Intuitive Medicine, Shamanistic Arts, and Indigenous Wisdom Traditions led her to create a series of transformative programs that combine the power of mindful awareness and time in nature. Jackie’s alchemical wisdom can be found in blog and vlog posts, her successful mindfulness program, Room to Breathe: Rewiring for Ease, and her nature-based coaching work, The Medicine Walk of Transformation.
Jackie is also a published author in award-winning holistic nursing textbooks, presents at national conferences and lives in the Pacific Northwest spending lots of time in Nature.
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