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The isa Experience is an environment where you can take a non-judgmental look at your life. It takes place over a weekend in an atmosphere where you can look clearly and freshly at your life. It is an opportunity for you to "stop your life" and see where you are, to take stock, and take a fresh look at the opportunities and possibilities available to you. You do this against a background of information about the way life is and the way life isn't – some universal truths. It is fun, exciting, supportive and, occasionally, a little scary!
More About The Experience
Once you have completed the experience, a number of seminars are available to you to support your ongoing journey of growth and discovery.
Below is a list of seminars open to you.
Learn more about our Seminars
Thank you …07 Dec 13
The UK isa Experience in November was wonderful. There were 28 New Participants and 70 Reviewers together with 21 Assistants – that is 119 people in the room! Judging by how people were and what they were saying on Sunday and at the Post Experiences there is no doubt that everybody got tremendous value from being there, as [...]
Blog 5: In the garden29 Oct 13
A couple of weeks ago I harvested the last of the summer tomatoes and potatoes from our garden. Harvesting potatoes is one of my favourite jobs in the garden – like finding jewels in the ground – and when I find a nice big one, it’s great! Around the same time I planted some bulbs [...]
….Self Actualisation?……02 Sep 13
I wrote and delivered a seminar in Leeds, London and Manchester called “What working on myself means to me” and in it I referred to Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs (see below) because that’s where Ole came across the term Self Actualisation. Since that’s what isa stands for, the Institute for Self Actualisation, it seemed like [...]
Why Review the isa Experience?29 Jun 13
Before they come to the Experience some people question why it is that some people come back to do it again. Surely, they say, if it’s so good why is it necessary to repeat it? Maybe now that you have completed the Experience you will understand why some people come back to review. In the [...]