Please take time to go through our policy.
At Rim Rock, there are staff on hand to assist guests.It's more of a 'hands off' rather than a 'hands on' approach.
Here how it crunches down: A person finds out about Rim Rock. If interested in taking a closer look, that person has a choice to either get involved or not get involved with any of the so-called 'Way Station' programs on offer. If interested, that person fills out a brief questionaire which gauges what sorts of personal growth things he/she might feel drawn to. That may be followed up by an informal interview to gain added depth.
The seven 'Way Stations' are briefly described on the web site and in additional detail via Rim Rock and Adventure1 publications. Those publications should be available to guests. The 'Way Stations' inter-relate with one another, and none stand alone.
They all deal with a person's personal growth, and are listed in a loose chronological order, one to six, with one leading in to another. Some people have devoted much time and effort already - towards the same sorts of self-improvement concepts mentioned at Rim Rock, whereas others have spent less time.
Each person is dealt with as a unique individual. Adhering to recommendations is very much up to the individual. There won't be any facilitators doing much more than offering gentle reminders, such as 'it's time for such and such activity....', and the individual can choose whether or not to join in. There's no judgement nor pressure from staff at Rim Rock - to adhere to one regimen or another.
Rim Rock is not at all like some Mooney or Scientology camp - with disciplinarians running around, making sure everyone adheres to their dictates. Quite the contrary, it's a tranquil rural place where each person is free to choose how best to navigate their own life's path toward better health and contentment. If you happen to attain enlightenment in the process, so much the better.
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