Diagnosing Spiritual Pain is one of the four units of The Sacred Art of Living and Dying. This interactive and inspirational learning experience promotes personal and professional growth.
Date: Oct 6th & Oct 7th (Fri and Sat) 2017
Programme: 2-day workshop followed by 5 monthly meetings (2 hours)
Venue: Education & Research Centre, Our Lady’s Hospice, Dublin
Fee: €450* *early bird rate; ends Friday 22 September 2017.
€495* *usual rate.
Personal and / or Professional Spiritual Development
Diagnosing Spiritual Pain is one of the four units of The Sacred Art of Living and Dying. This world renowned programme has been running at Our Lady’s Hospice since 2008 and consists of four stand-alone units.
Each unit comprises of a two-day workshop followed by five small study group sessions, called Circles of Trust. These two-hour monthly meetings are held in various locations around Ireland and designed to maximize integration of learning into daily practice. Programmes are a creative blend of instruction, hands-on experience, multimedia presentation, personal reflection and creative rituals from the world’s great wisdom traditions.
The programme will enable participants to:
- Explore the nature and inter-relationship of human health and suffering and the universal aspects of meaning, forgiveness, hope & relationship.
- Live with enhanced purpose and meaning through all the stages and transitions of living and dying and accompany others to do so.
- Connect or reconnect the ‘soul and role’ in their lives.
Diagnosing Spiritual Pain Module
Participants study in depth the time-tested primary diagnoses of spiritual pain: forgiveness, relatedness, meaning and hope. Through a series of case studies as well as reflecting on personal experience, traditional and contemporary modes of inner healing are applied to pastoral practice. The result is an enhanced ability to recognise and celebrate the gifts of growth and transformations revealed throughout life.
Various Continuing Professional Development / Accreditation