Whether you have experienced multiple meditative and journaling practices or none, you will in this workshop, significantly and newly discover more multiple dimensions of self-healing, greater insight and coping in this time of transformation as your time of transformation and creative resolution
We’re taught that its best for us to become evolved, nice people; and the only way to achieve that most desirable goal is to eliminate hatred. While I couldn’t agree more with this – for there are very serious implications here about risk, violence and far-reaching destruction – it continues to be clearer and clearer to me that any “order” that tells us we’re not supposed to feel what we feel, sets us up to deny essential parts of our whole selves – and therefore condemns us to become victims.
CELEBRATE AND SUPPORT THE GREAT SHIFT ON DECEMBER 21, 2012
I invite you to join me on Friday evening, December 21 through my Centering Tools practice at a small, intimate gathering in Rochester, NY from 6:30-9:30 pm, at a transformational workshop to experience and synchronize with, at your core, the great shift of 2012 . . . and its globally predicted release to uniquely support your awakening consciousness . . . . with ritual, energy work, deep meditation, and sharing.
We are here to support our greater good without excluding anyone, anything, and especially ourselves. This vision and mission always produces “win-win” solutions that can only reveal themselves through staying present courageously and with compassion as the ongoing “observer-active participant” throughout a whole unfolding journey of becoming.
Join Me for a Magical, Spiritual, Self-healing Weekend Retreat at the Historic and Unique Maxwell Creek Inn Overlooking Lake Ontario in Sodus, NY, to Relax, Reset and Recharge Yourself . . .
Take the plunge . . . to nourish yourself and “crack the code” to restore balance, and experience bod-mind-spirit healing and real resolution at a whole new level in your life.
Reflections on the Spring Equinox with relation to satisfying goals and motivations.