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Cortijo Romero
Cortijo Romero

Finding Meaning, Living Passionately

A transformational journey

From Saturday Apr 14, 2018 to Saturday Apr 21, 2018
Cost: £720.00
Availability: CALL


In a supportive group context, participants will be invited to set out on a secular “pilgrimage” and through this powerful and highly creative process, connect to the fire that lies within the heart, opening us up to transformation at the deepest level. A pilgrimage is a ritual journey, a time of reflection and contemplation, during which the pilgrim looks within and in which “new and old places in the heart are visited”.

We will allow the symbolic language of dramatic narrative, expressive art, movement and ritual to guide our inquiry into our individual and collective sense of what lends meaning to our lives. We will explore our beliefs, values, sense of connectedness, and our longing and desire for a passionate and meaningful existence.

“Fantastic - magic - amazing.” - Jennifer

“Jessica is amazing. She has this soft power that is almost mesmerising. Very inspiring.” - Iona

“Interesting, challenging, really encouraged me to be creative. Great group dynamic, very sharing and supportive.” - Cathy

Course Leader

Jessica Williams Ciemnyjewski
Jessica is an actress, qualified dramatherapist and writer, with a long and extensive career as a group therapist and facilitator. She has develoed her own rich, artiistic practice and is passionate about the expressive potential of the arts in giving breath and life to the soul.



Jessica Williams-Ciemnyjewski interview.


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People Say…

"Jessica was simply great. She guided me through emotional experiences with methods Id always been afraid to try and made it all work. She brought together a disparate group and made us a family. "

John Smithyman