A Day in a Seminar

Tension is who you think you should be. Relaxation is who you are.

—Chinese proverb


What’s a day in a Wings seminar like?

Beginning at 9 a.m., your day is filled with educational lectures, interactive activities, processes, reflection, and sharing. Typical seminar groups number from 20 to 50, and you make new friends quickly and easily using skills you can immediately apply in your life. Dress is casual and comfortable.

Days are full and focused, and there is no wasted time. This is a time to free yourself from your daily responsibilities and come fully present for the seminar. You get more than your money’s worth! During lectures many people take notes; handouts are provided for all the material covered. Much of the time you are seated in chairs for lectures or activities. At other times you are engaged in interactive processes (appropriate regardless of physical condition or limitation). You have a “working lunch,” a “working dinner,” and numerous breaks each day.

You hear things you’ve “always known” in new ways, and you have plenty of “Aha!” moments. Peals of laughter, tears of release, moments or hours of thoughtful reflection are all steps on the path to clarity about purpose, meaning, enthusiasm, and the joy of being alive. The seminar day ends about 9 p.m., and there is usually some homework.

Wings seminars are perfect for people like you, who are searching for something more and eager to invest the time, work, and resources into finding it.