What Wants to Happen?


Our 14th What Wants to Happen? retreat will be held in Nashville TN in the Spring of 2017.  Stay tuned for upcoming information on dates and themes.

Our two 2015 retreats in Phoenix AZ and Vancouver BC with the theme of Coming Home to Spirit provided participants with 5 days of co-created connection, reflection, dialogue and action planning for living into our highest evolutionary consciousness.

The New Edges Learning Community is a member-directed group of practitioners dedicated to an experiential process of reframing our current worldviews and claiming our place in the forefront of the integral age. We hold annual retreats and offer ongoing support to each other through group calls and local learning circles.

To see the brochure for our recent retreat, click NELC retreat invitation 2016.

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