My journey with TetraMap started in 2017 when I became a certified TetraMap Facilitator. I connected with TetraMap straight away and introduced it immediately to clients who I knew would value its application too.
In 2018 I decided to sign up to train as a Master TetraMap Facilitator essentially because I wanted more. For me, ‘more’ was about a much greater depth of understanding, it was about creative exploration and it was also about having the opportunity to work with and learn from others who were as curious as I was.
“With some learning experiences I have found that my interest peaks and then falls away a bit. I haven’t found that with TetraMap.”
The programme itself has a clear outline and is challenging as it stands but you can decide to walk the bigger hills if you want to. Yes, commitment is crucial. But it’s up to you how deep you take your own learning experience. If you’re thinking about it I would recommend that you invest as much of yourself in it as you are able to. The path to learning at times was uneven as other life pressures needed to be balanced. There was always an understanding from Louise and Robyn when a bit of flexibility was needed to stay on track.
Our mantra offered by Jack, ‘let no man be left behind’, is one I clearly remember and draws a warm smile. I met a talented, creative and hugely enthusiastic group of sincere friends who are progressing their journeys too. Thank you to Louise and to Robyn for creating our learning environment and for your endless encouragement and input.
As a Master Facilitator my goal is to share TetraMap with others who feel aligned to it and to encourage the journey among those who have started out. I am still exploring and moving forwards and the experience is brilliant.