".... You are not what you think, but what you Believe...."
Grandfather - 1958
Power of the Vision Quest
Many people think of a vision quest as a 10 foot circle of silence and solitude. But I believe in “Vision Mind”; each of us becoming totally aware of the little things that surround us every day, begging to be discovered, understood and interpreted. Vision Mind turns our whole lives into vibrantly living Vision Quests. A lot of folks don’t realize that they have any “vision” at all; they have this grand image of what your life’s vision is supposed to be, but they’re wrong. Often a vision, your vision, is the careful interpretation of the little things in your everyday life. In this class, Malcolm and I will work with each of you to know, understand, and interpret your own vision. Though I embarked on my first vision quest when I was only eight-years-old, life experience has often been the doorway to further understanding of what I saw and felt. I often say “tell me when I can stop learning from my very first Vision Quest.” This will be a very compelling, exhilarating class.
Prerequiste: Standard, Philosophy 1
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Volunteers are a vital part of making each class a success. Having graduates of a class available to answer questions and help out in workshops is of tremendous value to current students, and provides a much larger pool of people they can turn to for assistance. As well, volunteers help to prepare and serve meals, head up the student crews and assist Instructors and Interns in lecture and workshop preparation - all of which are essential when it comes to keeping classes running smoothly. And don't forget, whenever you're not needed as a helper, we encourage you to sit in on the lectures and participate in the exercises and workshops. It's a great way to brush up on your skills, or discover what you may have missed the first time around!