Would you like a simpler life? Do you feel like you are enduring life rather than living life?
Life is simple, but appears complex. This apparent complexity causes confusion and an illusion of life that humanity has bought into. Depression, stress, anger etc are all symptoms of confusion – thankfully these can be seen for what they are. Once seen this can transform lives beyond recognition, as is happening for people all over the world.
Please join Dave and Jenny at The Castle Street Centre, Kendal, LA9 7AD on Monday 20th 7-9pm if you are interested in a simpler life with more love and understanding. £5p/p
The gift that keeps on giving…
How is it that there is an understanding about life that is so simple, yet it is constantly overlooked? Why is it that sometimes we feel like we are in the flow of life, and other times we feel like we are drowning? It looks to me like there is learning in all of this, the ups and downs the highs and the lows. The gift is that we get to remember and forget on a daily basis, the gift is that we are here living breathing creating…
Please join Dave and Jenny at The Castle Street Centre, Kendal, LA9 7AD on Monday 27th 7-9pm if you are interested in learning more about the gift of life. £5p/p
Please join international facilitators Joe Bailey M.A.,L.P (Psychologist and Author) who will be joining us virtually, Jenny Anderson (Three Principles Movies) and Dave Elleray as we delve deep into the inner workings of the Psyche.
All inclusive (Full board) food, accommodations and training.
Total cost £495.00
Meet The Facilitators –
JOE BAILEY, M.A., L.P. is an author, seminar leader, consultant to organizations, public speaker, psychotherapist and a licensed psychologist.
His work has included co-founding The Minneapolis Institute of Mental Health, developing programs for health care provider wellness at the University of Minnesota and numerous hospitals including North Memorial Hospital, Minneapolis, East Lansing Health System and Mayo Clinic Arizona, treatment centers for addictions—Gulf Breeze Recovery, Meridian Systems and Farnum Center, and numerous social service agencies. He is currently on the advisory board of the Innate Health Center of London.
Joe has worked for over forty years as a psychotherapist, trainer, administrator, supervisor and consultant to clinics, hospitals, businesses and other government groups. He is author of six books including the best seller, Slowing Down to the Speed of Life with Dr. Richard Carlson, The Serenity Principle, Slowing Down to the Speed of Love, Fearproof Your Life: How to Thrive in a World Addicted to Fear, and his latest book that he contributed to, Creating a Marriage You’ll Love (2010). He is currently working on a new book called The Resilient Healer—The Epidemic of Burnout and How to Cure It (Foreword by Dr. Wyatt Decker, CEO Mayo Clinic Arizona). You can learn more about Joe and his work at www.joebaileyandassociates.com.
JENNY ANDERSON is a co-founder of Freedom Thinking, and Director of Innate Wellbeing. She has extensive experience of developing and promoting this understanding, including running a successful business in the UK which trains facilitators from across the world in many disciplines. She has completed a ‘train the trainers’ programme with Dr Roger Mills in 2005; an internship with Pransky and Associates; an Internship with a Government Department in Santa Clara County U.S.A; Jenny has spent time on Salt Spring Island with 3 of the original teachers of the Resilience Paradigm. For over 10 years Jenny has run workshops and trainings. She has worked with the NHS (National health service 2010), Mind (Mental Health Charity 2011), and delivered trainings around the world, both to groups and individuals – Sweden, Nepal, India, Egypt, America, Finland, New Zealand, South Africa and Spain. Jenny is an international and national speaker.
DAVE ELLERAY is a co-founder of Freedom Thinking. He delivered the first Resilience Paradigm workshops in UK Prisons in 2014 and runs a weekly public meet up group in the North West of England. Dave has delivered workshops in Nepal to a broad selection of people including, hospital staff, Psychologists/Psychology students, Businesses, Nepal chamber of Commerce & Nepali earthquake survivors. In 2015, Dave worked with a UK-based charity that is working towards the de-radicalisation of Extremist Islamic/gang members based in the UK. He has worked with the UK based Charity “User Voice” which works with helping ex-offenders get rehabilitated into society. This includes giving talks in prison and external talks. Dave has worked with individuals who have complex mental health diagnoses on a one to one basis. Dave is an international and national speaker.
From the North (A591) Take the 1st turning into Grasmere village (opposite The Swan), past the park, village store and other shops. Take the first turning on the right; this is Easedale Road (opposite a book shop). 300m up the slight hill; we are the first major building on the left. Car park at the rear. From the South (A591) Take the first exit off the roundabout into the village. Past the school, Church, Wordsworth Hotel and Red Lion Hotel, Heaton Cooper art studio is on the left, book shop directly in front of you. Turn left opposite the book shop into Easedale Road. 300M up the slight hill; we are the first major building on the left. Car park at the rear.
The nearest rail station is at Windermere. Catch the No 555 or the 599 bus from the station to Grasmere centre (approx 30 mins). From the bus stop walk back a few metres (opposite the book shop) and turn right up Easedale Road. Glenthorne is 300M up the slight hill; we are the first major building on the left. Car park at the rear.
Local taxi Service 015394 35506.
Grasmere is serviced by a regular local bus service (approx every hour during the day), No 555 running between Keswick and Kendal. Alight at Grasmere centre and walk back a few metres (opposite the book shop) and turn right up Easedale Road. Glenthorne is 300M up the slight hill; we are the first major building on the left. Apart from the winter months an open top bus service No 599 also runs between Windermere and Grasmere at least twice an hour.
Two minutes walk from Glenthorne, Grasmere has a general store, newsagents, chemist and post office, many quality gift and book shops, a garden centre, tea rooms, pubs and restaurants.
Grasmere church, Dove Cottage and Rydal Mount, are open to the public interested in Wordsworth and his life in the lakes and are only a short distance from Glenthorne. Walks, both relaxing and more arduous, are numerous and start from right outside our front door. Maps may be borrowed from the guest house.
Address: Glenthorne Quaker Centre, Easedale Road, Grasmere, Cumbria, LA22 9QH.