Truly Living Gatherings

Truly Living Gatherings

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Truly Living is a monthly gathering of people looking to live their most authentic lives.

About this event

We create in a safe space and meet monthly in a Zoom Room to compare our notes about being human, and share our thoughts and our experiences.

Together, we practice exercises and we discuss them once a month on Clubhouse.

Each month, we cover one topic from the book "Through The Eyes Only" to guide our discussions. An adventure story and guide to self-discovery, this novel offers readers a simple and joyful way to live. To read the book for free, go to


Gather with us. Your voice matters.

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February, Session #1

Why are you alive? What stories are we living and telling ourselves, and how do we find our personal truth? In this gathering, we'll explore those questions using a Miroboard to use the power of the collective to debunk myths and false beliefs.

March, Session #2

Have you ever had a oneness experience? What experiences have brought you closer to nature and to others? Using a curiosity exercise, we'll discover how to nurture our sense of wonder and share our individuals human experiences.

April, Session #3

How do you change your beliefs? Everything we see and feel is based on our beliefs. Identify your beliefs and you’ll have the description of your reality. Change your beliefs and your reality changes.

May, Session #4

What are your true desires? In this gathering, we'll discuss and practice how to separate our desires that want to please others with those coming from a deep and true part of my creativity and uniqueness.

May, Session #5

Who is the voice talking in your mind? If you pay attention and get quiet, you will eventually hear two voices in your head. Living is about constantly choosing the voice to follow: your ego or your true self.

May, Session #6

Why are you afraid to die? The only true freedom one has, comes from accepting that we will die, that our time is limited and that we are insignificant. When you are living at peace with death, only then, can you truly live.

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