April 3, 2020

Natural Lifemanship for Spiritual Connection, April 3-5, 2020, The Arbor Treatment Center, Georgetown, TX-POSTPONED

Natural Lifemanship for Spiritual Connection

Attend the Natural Lifemanship for Spiritual Connection (NL-SC) training and Experience the gift of being fully present and connected with nature, with horses, with other human beings, and with the Ultimate Reality that permeates all Build a practice helping others experience healing as they deepen their sense of spiritual intimacy and connection Help others grow in their capacity to experience love, grace, and forgiveness LEARN
  • How being intentional about the rhythm of one's daily life and routines cultivates a deeper sense of intimacy and connection in the spiritual realm
  • Contemplative practices that help us deepen our capacity to connect and to awaken
  • The different kinds of discernment and how Natural Lifemanship principles and practices with horses can be helpful tools for spiritual direction, counseling, and coaching
  • The transformative power of connection and contemplation
  • The healing rhythms of the natural world
  • The beauty and authenticity of horses
  • All that you would have your clients experience - you can't take others where you haven't been yourself...*
  • With other professionals in a deeply meaningful way
  • Your passion for your personal spiritual growth and transformation with your vocation helping others
* This training is more of a retreat than a traditional training. It is highly participatory and you will learn mostly through experiences, reflection, and discussions. It is our intention that you will then take what you learn through your experiences at the training and integrate whatever is useful within your practices helping others and guiding them to deeper spiritual fulfillment. The training is non-religious and non-denominational; however most of the content draws from the Christian contemplative tradition. Please come as you are. All belief systems or spiritual practices are welcome!  18.75 CE credits are awarded.