“The Wonderful Wizard of Oz” – something universal within this story resonates deeply and explains its immense popularity. Peter and Kathryn have been fascinated by the story for decades and for this workshop have pooled their experiences to take you on a journey of transformation and growth. This will be a fun and enjoyable experience as we literally walk the road of yellow bricks and stand in the shoes of the main characters. The book’s important themes ask us significant “centers of intelligence” questions: In what ways do we search for what we already possess – The Scarecrow’s Brain, the Tinman’s Heart, or the Lion’s Courage? What events or “cyclones” have lifted us out of our grey lives and dropped us into a land of color, as Dorothy was? How long do we sleep in our own poppy field as Dorothy and the Lion do? Into what holes do we repeatedly fall, learning nothing in the process as the Scarecrow does? Which masks are we hiding behind as the Wizard is? What green-lens glasses do we wear to color reality? Join in – visit the Land of Oz. Allow the story to transform you.

Kathryn Grant
Peter McNab

2017

2017 IEA Global Conference

San Antonio, Texas, USA

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