What happens when you lead your life through inspiration and inspiration strikes?
Well, you have to follow it, of course!
“Follow your bliss and the universe will open doors where there were only walls.”
Earlier this year, Miro and I visited the Sacred Valley, here in Peru to experience the beauty, nature, history and ancient wisdom and received more than we ever expected.
Both Miro and I were so moved, we did not expect such a profound experience as a result of being in a “place”. And for me, my interest in archeology guided my desire to explore deeper than I thought possible, here in Cusco and the Sacred Valley of Peru. Through these explorations I’ve ventured into ideas surrounding humanity, challenged the mainstream version of history and looked deeper at the ancient wisdom and mysticism. There is nowhere I am not willing to look and my experinece of the world around me continues to expand and widen.
And this profound “inspiration” was the reason Miro and I dreamt of bringing others to this magical place.
Miro and I both have a deep commitment to “learning” applied through the unschooling principles, and we have discovered the power behind involving a committed group of people in the process. Ideas flow, discoveries are made and magic happens. And so we envisioned creating an opportunity to make that happen for many other partipants, who are interested in the same thing.
And so, the idea for the Project World School retreat was born and the vision surrounding natural learning within a community-based environment became the passion:
The Project World School retreat centers around the magic of co-creation and embodies the spirit of a learning community. The commitment to the community becomes inspiring support with the intention to experience the grandest version of ourselves in a nurturing learning environment.
So here’s the official announcement:
Project World School was born from an inspired idea between unschooling mom and son, Lainie and Miro. The pair have been living on the road for over 3 years and have engaged in natural learning as their life’s commitment (and are deliriously happy in the process). This mother and son duo have been living in Peru for over a year, and through exploring the sights, sounds and tastes contained within the Sacred Valley of Peru , they have become inspired to bring this experience to a wider group of people. Thus, the inspired idea to create a temporary natural learning community in Peru’s Andes was born.
Both Lainie & Miro have been forever changed through their exposure to the rich indigenous culture of Peru’s Sacred Valley, which has inspired them to learn about Andean mysticism, history, archeology, sustainability, arts and culture. The learning has been natural and the result enriching. Together, Lainie and Miro birthed a vision to share this special place, designed as a temporary learning community transformed into a magical retreat for unschoolers of all ages.
And so, the dream was born. Will you Join us?
With the help of some amazing people we have dreamt and organized an incredible retreat for teens, adults and families to join in.
Here’s the details and for more information, please do visit the web site at: ProjectWorldSchool.com:
November 5-20th, 2013
Be a part of this life-changing event,
Project Unschool Perú, November 2013
Experience the magic of Perú’s Sacred Valley during a 2-week retreat in November 2013. Together, we create a temporary learning community, co-creating natural learning opportunities surrounding archaeology, ethnobotany, sacred plants & medicines, agriculture, sustainability, Andean mysticism and much more!
Interest-Led Learning in Perú
Inspiring A Temporary Learning Community
Things you will experience:
adventure, magic, shamans, sacred ceremonies, healing, consciousness, excitement, love, friendship, laughter, inspiration, the Andes Mountains, the unknown, plant spirits, ancient temples, ancient technologies, ancient wisdom, sustainable agriculture, places of power, history, humanity, culture, community, yoga, Machu Picchu, being inspired, being alive, and: