The project was taking place in a smaller town on the Genoa coast in Italy. After a long train trip from Austria and an eight-hour layover in Milano, I arrived pretty exhausted in Verazze. The accommodation was located a few kilometers outside the town in the middle of a forest, next to an old small church with a beautiful view down the shore. The first days were spent to get know each other and build some closer relationships within the group of over twenty people from about six different countries. The processes were exhausting, interesting, fun and sometimes painful for some of the participants. Within every single day, the whole group got closer and closer and become a big colorful and extravagant family. The best part of the workshop for me was the outdoor process. During the outdoor, we had a great chance to use everything we learn within the first few days of the workshop in real life and to take it with us to our own life’s and realities.