Open to anyone and everyone, this four day retreat is a beautiful immersion into The Work. Your work. To sign up to attend, head to the button above and follow the directions. This fee will cover your whole tuition. For those wanting lodging, this is a separate fee (continue to read more about our fabulous retreat location).
May 16-20, 2018
- Wednesday 7:00 – 9:00 pm
- Thursday 9:30 am – 9:00 pm
- Friday 9:30 am – 5:30 pm (open evening)
- Saturday 9:30 am – 9:00 pm (morning movement/dance, afternoon session 2-5 pm, potluck dinner and movie night)
- Sunday 9:00 – 11:00 am
You choose what you want to take a look at and investigate with this sincere inquiry process. We start at the very beginning, again….identifying a stressful situation you find troubling.
What we find, with inquiry, is a new view, new possibilities, a wider horizon, or a shift in our perception of our situation. No situation is too great or too small for this inquiry.
“I did The Work, because I was in a hurry.” ~ Byron Katie
Come join us for a powerful, lazer-sharp way to use your incredible mind and your brilliant imagination for good instead of evil (little joke). Bring yourself to peace.
Mental health practitioners in the state of Washington earn 26 CEUs, candidates in the Institute for The Work earn 12 in-person credits. Everyone enrolled in Year of Inquiry will receive part of their credit towards one School for The Work equivalency.
Please see below for suggestions and ideas about where to stay. We enjoy potluck dinner together on Saturday night, along with a movie or special evening designed to share in The Work. Come meet wonderful friends, and connect with others who deeply love questioning their thoughts. Lake Forest Park is a special little town north of Seattle bordering Lake Washington. The Burke Gilman trail which is a foot and bike path runs through it. A town center with many types of food and all items you would need during the day is walking distance from our location. A gorgeous area to spend your days in inquiry. Limited to 18 people.
This four day retreat is $485. Please, as always, ask about partial scholarship help and we’ll see what we can do. Write firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our beautiful retreat house is an oasis in Lake Forest Park, just north of Seattle. There is space for up to 12 to spend the night onsite. Some people will also commute from either nearby, or their own home. There are two king master bedrooms, one queen bedroom, one full-sized bedroom, a shared trundle bed/twin bed in the office, and ample space for mattresses-on-floor in the downstairs comfortable living room space. Please write to ask about the fee for each room. These will be reserved on a first-come, first-serve basis. If you are willing to share a king bed with someone else (they are so huge) then it’s totally fine to share a master bedroom and split the fee with your roommate.
You will leave with one important troubling issue investigated…and you will know your next steps, beyond the mind, beyond belief.
Suggestions for places to stay near Lake Forest Park, WA:
www.airbnb.com Look for places in Seattle (Lake City area, Northgate, north Seattle, Wedgewood, Maple Leaf, Bothell, anywhere in the north end), Lake Forest Park, Shoreline, Lynnwood.
www.vrbo.com. Look for places in Lake Forest Park, Kenmore, Bothell. There are some lovely very close-by places, within walking distance.
Here’s a wide range of very good hotels, with good reports on all of them, ranging from $80 and up.
- McMenamins Anderson School: Bothell (beautiful hotel 4 miles away)
- Days Inn Seattle Aurora: less expensive 3.5 miles away
- Travelodge Seattle North/Edmonds 3.7 miles away
- Comfort Inn Bothell – Seattle North 4.0 miles away
Frequently other lovely participants are open to having guests. Please ask if you’d like to know if there’s anyone taking visitors overnight, and we’ll pair you up.
People interested in carpooling, please ask. We’ll be sharing information for travel, carpooling and accommodations with people who register so everyone has the option to share, if you desire. Often, Jon (Grace’s husband) is also available to give people lifts for the same fee as he has made when driving Uber.