The Whidbey Akhaldans School (Overview)
Our Work is guided–and informed–by tenants of Emotional Literacy and Transactional Analysis; Gurdjieff’s writings and those of his students, ideas, movement, and practice; and integrated personal development that emphasizes the interconnectedness of our intellectual, emotional, and physical centers. Our Work is led by Carol Squire and, on occasion, visiting scholars.
There are many formats in which the Work takes place. While our personal commitment to introspection and willingness to work on ourselves plays a huge role in the Work, the Whidbey Akhaldans Fourth Way School offers students the unique opportunity to learn with and through shared experiences with one another.
Our Work takes place alone, in pairs, in small and large groups. Students are invited to experience the Work through our Zoom classes, our in-person classes, weekend retreats, long retreats on site and abroad. We also welcome students to come for more immersive experiences, through one-on-one coaching sessions with Carol, through our residential program –which spans 1 to 3 months– and through intensive, 3-day one-on-one retreats with Carol on site.
You can find out more about our offerings, here.