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Developing your life pillars

The 5 core pillars we will work on are how to develop your:



How to create self-acceptance & self-awareness.

(MBTI Preference Report)


Capacity to



Capacity to

Focus on the Now


Principle of

Enjoy&Be the Journey

How to face challenges and develop your

Growth Mindset.

(Mindset Flow Profile)

Build your Life-Plan: How to develop a long-term vision and short-term action plan, and manage your anxiety & stress.

Capacity to Envision

Ability to Explore

& Reflect

How to build interdependencies & the understanding of others.

How to develop a calm mind for creativity and wellbeing in an unpredictable and uncertain environment. 


inside-out - the journey back home

“Who looks outside, dreams;

who looks inside, awakes.”

- Carl G. Jung

Back in January, Harvard Business Review published research that suggests that when we have a high level of self-awareness, we are more confident and more creative. We make sounder decisions, build stronger relationships, and communicate more effectively.


There are two main dimensions of self-awareness. The first, which the study calls internal self-awareness, represents how clearly we see our own values, passions, and aspirations fit with our environment, reactions (including thoughts, feelings, behaviours, strengths, and weaknesses), and impact on others. Internal self-awareness is associated with higher job and relationship satisfaction, personal and social control, as well as happiness; when internal self-awareness is low it is related to anxiety, stress, and depression.


The second category, external self-awareness, means understanding how other people view us, in terms of those same factors listed above. People who know how others see them are more skilled at showing empathy and taking others’ perspectives. By using external self-awareness we tend to have better relationships with others, feel more satisfied with our context, and see others as more effective.


First, understand yourself, then understand others before you are understood. 

There is an abundance of psychological research demonstrating that mental downtime is vital for productivity and health. This is directly linked to the ability to take breaks, detach and calm our minds.


Also gaining insight into our own thoughts through reflection is key to high achievements it all domains.

creating the space of calmness

The retreat flow

Friday 12th

Saturday 13th

16:00 - Arrival, check-in & welcoming

08:30 - Morning calmness

16:30 - Retreat introduction

09:00 - Introduction to day 2

17:00 - Creating the space of energy & calm

09:30 - Grounding our roots

19:00 - Reflection Break

12:30 - Lunch

20:00 - Dinner

13:30 - The power of letting go

17:00 - Reflection Break

Sunday 14th

08:30 - Morning calmness

09:00 - Introduction to day 3

09:30 - Bringing the Game home

12:30 - Lunch

13:30 - Insight-Out Again

16:00 - Retreat wrap-up & closure

18:30 - Fine tunning your compass

19:30 - Dinner

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