The Teachings of ISIS: From Anxiety to Insight
The journey of Isis searching for the lost Osiris is a potent mythological image that can inspire a new approach to transforming anxiety into insight. The Isis myth will be used as a backdrop for soul transforming exercises to uncover and identify the hidden sources of anxiety in every day life. These revealed elements will be explored further through dialogue using the mythic language of symbol.
Topics will include:
- Death of the spirit in the material world as a source of unconscious anxiety.
- Working on the essential steps of separating the soul forces in the process of self-development.
- Re-uniting effectively the soul forces and forging new insights into dreams, destiny and karma.
The Walker Creek Ranch on 1700 acres of rolling hills is one hour north of San Francisco. The Ranch is rich in history as well as beauty and serenity. The retreat will begin with Friday evening dinner and end with Lunch on Sunday. (Check-in Friday after 2 pm and checkout Sunday 3 pm.)
|Dennis Klocek, Founder of the Coros Institute, dedicated to dialogues between individuals in the sciences, the arts and business with a commitment to spiritual values arising from the contemplative life; Director, Consciousness Studies Program at Rudolf Steiner College, CA; international lecturer; author of many books including, The Seer’s Handbook; Drawing from the Book of Nature; Biodynamic Book of Moons; and Weather and Cosmos; and known as Doc Weather to those who visit his website Docweather.com for weather predictions and articles on climatology.|
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Pay with a Check (print and mail form) or call 916-717-6007
Event begins with check-in Friday 4:00-5:30 pm;
Dinner at 6 pm followed by lecture.
Ends with Sunday lunch 12:30-1:30 pm.
Walker Creek Ranch
1700 Marshall/Petaluma Road, Petaluma CA 94952
Suggested scale $100-$150
Amounts above $100 can be considered a donation for scholarships. Receipt is available upon request.
Rooms and Meals
All rooms include 6 meals and snacks.
Check-in: Friday after 4pm
Check-out: Sunday noon
Semi-private (roommate name required): $240 each
Private (with shared bathrooms): $300
Dorm Room 10+ people: $170
Camping, with meals: $130
Camping, no meals: $45
Meals & Snacks only (includes day use fee): $112
For More information including scholarship assistance call 916-717-6007