Logosynthesis – Path of the Will Training

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Logosynthesis – Path of the Will Training

March 9, 2021 @ 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Logosynthesis “The Path of the Will”.

Online training commencing 9th March – 6th April 2021.

Over 5 Tuesdays from 3 o’clock GMT – 6 o’clock GMT which includes practice group work.

Cost: €300.


Logosynthesis in Finding Your Mission

“You can’t cross the sea merely by standing and staring at the water.”  -Indian poet Tagore

The most important question in guided change is, “What is it  you’re here for on earth?”

The second most important question is, “What keeps you from doing this?”

For many people a life task is something they experience as tedious and stressful. They tend to strive for more and better, with failure as a permanent possibility.

The base of such patterns is rooted in a past that connected failure with flaws in one’s identity and worth. Processing this pattern enables you to learn from the past and to reach clarity about the future. You learn from what went wrong in the past and create your future with the help of all available resources.

This Advanced Seminar in Logosynthesis supports you in finding your mission and removing blocks in achieving your goals. It’s motto could be, after Rainer Maria Rilke,

“You must change your life.”

You will learn how to support your clients in discovering their life’s purpose and paving the way to achieve it.

Practitioners must complete a Logosynthesis Basic course before commencing any of the Paths.

The course is interactive and offers theory, live demos and gives space for supervised practice with working groups.

For further details contact Mary O’Donoghue at modonoghue55@gmail.com or click the Buy Now button below.


Training Dates:

Tuesday 9th March 2021 – 3 – 6pm GMT

Tuesday 16th March 2021 – 3 – 6pm GMT

Tuesday 23rd March 2021 – 3 – 6pm GMT

Tuesday 30th March 2021 – 3 – 6pm GMT

Tuesday 6th April 2021 – 3 – 6pm GMT


For more on Logosynthesis click here


March 9, 2021
3:00 pm - 6:00 pm
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Mary O’Donoghue