When I Lose My Mind, I Like Me Better
A 2012 Fall Retreat for Women offered by Sisters Sojourn
October 27th, 9-5 (Come early to register and have coffee)
Mentor School, Mentor, MN
Cost: $85 (includes a wonderful lunch)
For the past thirty years Jamie Lee has been entertaining, educating, and entrancing her audiences with her gentle style and sharp knowledge of the most effective tools for designing a satisfying, purposeful, and effective life.
A self-confessed introvert and overall shy person, Jamie has used her own tools to become a relaxed and self-assured educator. She is passionate about sharing her journey—and her toolkit—with us.
During this one-day retreat, participants will come together to learn more about how we create our map of the world—and what to do about it when the map gets messy. The lessons will involve learning new tools and then practicing these tools in experiential and exciting practice sessions. Together we will gain new ideas about:
- Creating healthy relationships,
- Building great strategies to improve our strength and presence in the world,
- Learning to stay your age and not get triggered into old childhood patterns,
- Interrupting patterns of worry, self-bashing, and procrastination
- Designing a vision for life
Spend the day with us learning to uncover, discover, and recover the real you.
To make the day especially nice, we will be providing a wonderful lunch and snacks as a part of your registration fee. To register email Bonnie Stewart at firstname.lastname@example.org
Those of you who would like to learn more about Jamie prior to the retreat can visit her blog, No Ordinary Life at www.jamieleeonline.com. Her blog is filled with personal experiences and tips for us to practice in our own lives.
About Patricia Jamie Lee, MA
Patricia Jamie Lee has had her fingers in many pies as an educator, consultant, writer, cultural visionary—and straw bale builder. With an MA in Human Development and certification in Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP) she is committed to helping others find core strength as well as peace in their lives. Her work focuses on ancestral strength with Family and Organizational Constellation Work.
Jamie is the author of multiple books including the award-winning, Washaka—the Bear Dreamer, and a collection of nonfiction books, The Lonely Place—Revisioning Adolescence and the Rite of Passage, The Genealogy of the Soul and See Me Beautiful. Her short stories and articles have appeared in numerous publication and she and her husband, Milt Lee have traveled over 100,000 miles into Indian Country while producing over 70 documentaries for public radio plus one film for public television.
Jamie and her husband have recently moved to northern Minnesota, bought land, and built a small straw bale house.