Ultimately, DWELLING can only be learned through doing. Bill offers workshops that can help you experience DWELLING, to understand your relationship to your home and identify ways to engage more fully.
Duration of the workshop depends on participant’s intentions — how deeply you want to go into this work. As with all workshops, the real work is what you do after a workshop. Bill is available to participants long after a workshop. Want to know more about Bill Hutchins?
Bill offers two workshops:
- Dwell to Build
- Dwell to Live
If you would like to host a workshop, talk or gathering, anywhere in the world get in touch with Bill. If you are a healer or a teacher doing parallel work and would like to team together, get in touch.
DWELL TO BUILD WORKSHOP
Dwell in your interior Home - your still, peaceful center - in the ways you live in and create your physical home. This workshop offers ways to Dwell as you adjust your home and live in your home.
This workshop is for you if you are looking to renovate, add onto or build a new home. Whether you're working with Bill or another architect, this workshop will allow you to explore what you really need and want, to create a home that is finely tuned to your aspirations and lifestyle.
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DWELL TO LIVE WORKSHOP
This workshop provides simple ways to deepen your living in your home; provide you with a fuller sense of peace and wholeness; provide place for intimacy; and open your connection to the natural world around you. This workshop will change your perception of your home and identify changes you can make to strengthen your relationship to it.
The next workshop is scheduled for September. There is limited capacity at Bill's house and the workshop fills up fast. Read on for more information and to sign up today!
JIAN BIN GAO
The poetics and the attempt to get to people's underlying assumptions and life and how they live; it is powerful and potentially game-changing.
For architecture, the questions of what do we need to feel joy and contribute to the planet seem most critical. I believe Bill challenges architects to ask very difficult questions of themselves in this book.