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Macroshifting: Changing the Unchangeable Workshop by Robert L. Lee and Evelyn Fendler-Lee

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Macroshifting: Changing the Unchangeable Workshop by Robert L. Lee and Evelyn Fendler-Lee

15th May 2024 - 19th May 2024 Villa Angaran San Giuseppe, Italy , Bassano del Grappa

Other Workshop/Event Offline English, Italian

Changing the Unchangeable (Macroshifting)

This workshop is a great way to get started on a daunting issue, situation, dilemma, or project. The issue can be in the area of professional development or personal development, in relation to physical or mental health. It can be a career or work issue. It can be an individual, couple or family situation which concerns you. A Macro is usually something you have tried to change or to realize… without success.

Timely Deep Change

Macroshifting is about solving the riddle of deep change in a timely way. It is about recognizing the significant resources you need to gather and organize for making deep change realistic. It is about making deep change realistic and timely so that all the work required will be justified. It is about finding hope in the midst of challenges.


Macroshifts are hinged to growth in character/integrity. Macroshifting and growth in character/integrity are mutually implying.


Dates and Times:

May 15 – 19, 2024

Wednesday, May 15, times are 3-6 pm and 8-10 pm
Thursday, Friday and Saturday (May 16-18), times are 9 am-1 pm and 3-7 pm
Sunday, May 19, times are 9 am-1 pm


Workshop place and Accommodation:

Villa Angaran San Giuseppe

Via Ca’ Morosini, 41 36061 Bassano del Grappa (VI)
Tel. +39 331 418 72 84
For this event, Villa Angaran San Giuseppe (our hotel) has single rooms at 48 euros/night; doubles are 74 euros/night (37 euros/person/night). The options for food seem reasonable as well.

Please, book your room directly with the Villa.

Tuition for the workshop and materials: 480 € or $530.

Registration: Send an email to robert@focusingnow.com

Language: The workshop will be in English. Help with Italian and German translation is available.

Warm greetings

Robert Lee and Evelyn Fendler-Lee

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