Embracing Change in 2021
“Life is change. That is a given. Yet right now in the time of Covid-19 there is more change and uncertainty than we have ever faced in our lifetime before. Most of us feel challenged by it, certainly lost, bringing up swathes of fear, stuckness or perhaps old negative coping mechanisms. I think we face difficulty best by giving ourselves the preciousness of time to reflect on it. Not block it. By walking and talking, by listening to the wisdom of others, and by the sense of connection that brings. Yeotown does this with bells on. I would like to take it a step further and give you the chance to honestly examine your relationship with change and how it impacts your life with me.”
We are excited to be partnering with Julia Samuel MBE, a well-known psychotherapist and author on this one of a kind retreat focusing on change, following the release of her book ‘This Too Shall Pass: Stories of Change, Crisis and Hopeful Beginnings’ earlier this year. She invites you to take time with at Yeotown to look at the process of change, what defines it, why we find it difficult, and what the embodied experience of it feels like. Explore how each of us can build resilience to manage and even thrive through this difficult time. We will also have time to help you understand your own unique response to change and how to support yourself to adapt in order to grow through it. Julia hopes you will join her in this unique opportunity at Yeotown. You may even discover surprising gifts that this enforced change can offer us.