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March 3-5, 2017
Chateau Lake Louise, Alberta
Kate & Joel Feldman
A successful relationship is an intimate team where both people care as much about the other as they do about themselves.
When there are problems each person takes responsibility for contributing to the problem, and each person has a part in solving the problem.
This requires change from both people.
But most of all it requires the willingness to go inside and discover the parts of oneself that are getting in the way of connection, love, intimacy, and growth as an individual, and thus, for you as a couple.
After that, what is required is mutual respectful dialogue where both people's points of views are validated, and where both people allow themselves to be moved by the others' needs and feelings. Is it easy to practice all this? Not really, but it's essential.
Partners get in their own way due to a number of things, but mostly it's our struggle to calm ourselves down inside. Reactivity causes the power struggle: "I'm right, you're wrong". We often stay stuck arguing about the issue of the day.
But what if it's not about that? What if it's about a life long learning process where your partner is teaching you continually about love, team work, compromise, opening the heart, and even the stuff we don't want to attend to: Vulnerability, shame, self doubt, fear. What if we come together to deepen our love, crack open our most tender places, and become magnificent lovers?
Intimacy is not for the faint of heart. But the rewards are richer than you ever imagined!
Surrounded with snow-frosted Rocky Mountain peaks. Secluded next to a legendary lake. Showcased by a majestic glacier. A world away from ordinary resorts nestled deep within Banff National Park; The Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise awaits your arrival.