Partnering with Our Souls in Life
Week 4C August 11th–17th 2019
Workshop with Shahabuddin David Less & Casey Bledsoe
To attain happiness in one’s life, it is necessary to have a living and conscious relationship with one’s soul or higher self. However, our lives in the world have become so active, we are often unable to maintain that connection without both active desire and spiritual training.
Join Shahabuddin and Casey, as they guide us into experiences that foster the deepening of our partnership with our souls, using the beautiful setting of the camp to propel us naturally into this state of awakened connection.
For this program a supplement of CHF 85 or € 75 is to be added to the “base price”.
For over 50 years, Shahabuddin David Less has been one of the spiritual teachers at the pivot point of the new spirituality emerging on our planet. He has recognized, by studying with profound teachers of many paths throughout the world, a growing need for seekers to develop paths based upon their own awareness and yet incorporating the ageless planetary wisdom. He has developed meditations, retreat practices, and unique explorations to encourage personal and group awakening. He shares his insights by using humour, music, movement, and quiet to encourage the development of individual and group co-operative consciousness.
Gratefully gifted with over 20 years of intensive training with Sufi, Buddhist, and Christian teachers, Casey is also a lifelong student of the simplicity of the heart. A psychotherapist, leader of systemic constellations, and senior teacher at Rising Tide Intl. for many years, Casey has found great happiness in sharing the love, aliveness, and freedom that emerge naturally from the soul. Casey has a Master’s in Counseling, and a relaxed and heartfelt style, emphasizing direct, authentic experience, as well as deepening bonds of spiritual friendship. She is the primary spiritual successor of Shahabuddin David Less. Currently based in North Carolina, Casey guides retreats and courses which engage our wholeness as human beings and the sacred in all. To learn more, visit caseybledsoe.com