AMBERLEY RETREAT CENTRE
4 NOV 2014
$60 / $30
(scholarships available / cost not a barrier policy)
On Melbourne Cup Day not everyone is interested in the horses. Topics for the day include: How inner leads to outer in daily living, the Other within, and practices that will support a nonviolent approach to everyday life.
In partnership with Pace e Bene Australia, a peace education community, a day-long experience on workshops and reflections is offered at Amberley Retreat Centre, Lower Plenty. This is designed to introduce people to the work of Pace e Bene through its programs, Nonviolent Interfaith Leadership Program and Mainstreaming Nonviolence.
Morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea are included.
The day is designed to give people a taste of what is available through the offerings of Pace e Bene. The context of the day is interfaith; people are welcome into what is framed as a spiritually oriented approach to nonviolence.
The day will consist of workshops sessions, quiet times for reflections, and opportunities for co-learning and sharing. These are all based on the concern for daily nonviolent living.
The facilitators for the day are Brendan McKeague and George E. Trippe. Both are from Perth and will be at Amberley the preceding weekend offering facilitator training for those who have participated in previous Pace e Bene programs.
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Please contact George Trippe : firstname.lastname@example.org