'Come home to your natural wisdom' - with Elsie Spittle
Is it possible to live a busy, fast-paced life with peace and ease? Do you ever find yourself so busy trying to please others that you've lost sight of who you really are?
At this non-residential retreat you'll be able to reconnect with you inner true self. You'll discover the enormous creative energy that resides within and your natural capacity for resilience and creativity.
When you connect back in touch with this you naturally experience:
Join Elsie Spittle for a weekend in the beautiful county of Devon. Elsie is a sought-after Three Principles facilitator. She works all over the world sharing the principles with individuals and groups. Elsie knew Sydney Banks (the originator of the Three Principles) before he had his enlightenment experience. Despite her early resistance to what Syd shared, she eventually went on to become one of the foremost teachers of the principles.
Elsie Spittle will share how to access and honour the gift of wisdom, residing within each and every soul.
We (Liz and Stu) are thrilled to be hosting an event with Elsie Spittle at the historic Dartington Hall in beautiful South Devon. Dartington Hall has been the site of many major developments in social reform and education and is described as a 'centre for innovation, experiment and creativity.'
It's the perfect venue to explore the impact of the Three Principles and is set in beautiful gardens.
What you'll learn from Elsie Spittle
- If you are a coach, this understanding will be invaluable to your clients. You'll be able to point your clients to a consistent truth. They will start to intuitively see how they can live a more fulfilling life. You will also find that this takes your listening to a different level.
- With your family you will notice how communication takes on a different dimension. You'll be able to connect with friends and family with warmth and ease.
- At work you'll find it easier as you navigate your busy life. This is like a compass, it consistently points you in the right direction and as a result it takes the effort and overwhelm out of the daily rush.
- At home you'll notice clarity, peace of mind and enjoying living
People are drawn to the feeling of contentment and peace of mind, especially in the challenging world we live in currently. Some wonder if this state of mind is even possible. And if it is, is it productive?
Explore the location from the Enlightened Gardner revisited
Sydney Banks visited South Devon in the 1990s. Indeed the setting for The Enlightened Gardener Revisited by Sydney Banks is South Devon with references to Torquay, Cockington and Powderham, all of which are just a few miles from Dartington. Why not extend your stay and explore this beautiful part of the world.
To find out more, come and join us May 13 & 14, 2017. You will be glad you did.
Questions and Answers
Is accommodation included? No, this is a non-residentail retreat. There is a lovely town nearby (about 1 mile away) called Totnes with different options of accommodation.
We've negotiated a special rate at the Royal Seven Stars Hotel http://www.royalsevenstars.co.uk/
Standard Double single occupancy at £75.00 Premier double single occupancy at £85.00 To access this special rate please mention Newscott Coaching.
There is a very special farmhouse B+B at Sandwell, near Totnes (about 2 miles from the town) http://www.sandwellfarmhouse.co.uk The owner Kate harris is a friend and she runs health retreats there http://www.sandwellfarmhouse.co.uk Two double en suite rooms will be available at £75 per room B+B. I will add other options as I find them.
What do you mean by 'retreat?' We use the word 'retreat' to distinguish it from a workshop or training day. Elsie will create a reflective space. There will be time to both listen and share in the group as well as to explore the beautiful grounds of Dartington (weather permitting).
What is included in the ticket price?The ticket includes teas and coffees during the day.
Can I buy food/lunch at the venue? Yes there are different options for lunch. There is a pub nearby and a coffee shop selling simple food. Totnes is about 1 mile away and has lots of options for lunch. The venue has requested you don't eat your own food in the room itself. If you do bring a lunch then there are lovely spots to eat a picnic out and about.
Parking - do I have to pay? There is a pay and display car park however we have been told that participants will be given a permit to use on their car. Once we have confirmed this we will email you the permit in good time for the event itself.
Transport and Travel: Dartington Hall is about 1 mile from the nearest mainline station at Totnes. There is a taxi rank at the station.
Disabled access information: The room we are using is in a very historic part of Dartington Hall - there are some steps and stairs that will need to be negotiated. Liz and Stu are keen to ensure this doesn't exclude anyone from attending. Please email us if you might need some additional support in accessing the venue: email@example.com