Power of Story pt. 5: Tools for Mentoring and Sharing
February 6 @ 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
As adults, story telling becomes a sacred vehicle toward building mutually beneficial relationships of shared maintenance and increase. Ironically, we’ve also earned enough insight and experience that we begin to balance the sharing of our gifts with the power and value a presence only available through silence.
Learn to discern the razors edge between the gifts you carry and the impact you have as both giver and receiver of shared story. Learn to determine the critical elements of connection needed to develop healthy, sustainable story lines with diverse perspectives. Recognize also, the indicators of knowing when to love enough to walk away, when to leave space for individual discovery, and when to be present with a listening ear.
At this level, the story teller is as much a character in the shared experience as the other powerful and vibrant characters.
Maine Primitive Skills School offers campsites to students during their stay at no extra charge. When preparing to arrive, plan as if you were going on a comfortable car camping experience. You will have easy access to your vehicles during meals and before and after course times. Check out our “What to Bring” page and don’t hesitate to contact the school for more details.
Time: Tuesday evening 6-8:30pm
Limit: 12 Students
Deposits transferable but non-refundable
Minimum Age: 16 years and older
Course location:- Maine Primitive Skills School, 716 Church Hill Road, Augusta, ME 04330 www.primitiveskills.com Tel: +1 207-623-7298 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org