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Wisdom Workshop: One Solution
Fri, April 28, 2017, 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM PDT
Would you like to experience more clarity, peace of mind, and joy, even in the midst of challenging circumstances?
Do you want more satisfying easy relationships, in which you can listen and communicate deeply, while appreciating differences?
Are you interested in a more imaginative path to happiness and success, that supports evolution, growth, and a sense of connection to the miraculous along the way?
What if I told you there is ONE solution to learning to thrive and becoming more resilient than you ever thought?
The problem most people face is a widespread misunderstanding about where our mental well-being comes from. Most people attribute their stress and dissatisfaction to outside circumstances. As a result, we spend a lot of effort trying to change those circumstances so we can feel better.
What if I told you that we have been looking in the wrong direction for all the answers? There is actually ONE Solution that will help you solve everything that appears to be a problem. And better yet it doesn’t require any techniques and can be experienced by anyone at any time. The ONE solution comes from clearing up a misunderstanding about how mental well-being and human resiliency work.
In this workshop I’m going to share with you a simple understanding that reminds you about the great pool of peace and creativity built into all human beings. This insight, as experienced, discovered, and taught by the late Sydney Banks, explains The Three Principles behind how our psychological experience works.
We’ll also explore how seeing this for yourself can be your ONE solution to rediscovering how to tap into your wisdom that allows you to effortlessly thrive in work, relationships, and life, regardless of your current or future circumstances.
Come join us in monthly conversation to explore what is possible. Keep joining us to build a deeper foundation of resiliency for thriving.
“The wisdom humanity seeks lies within the consciousness of all human beings, trapped and held prisoner by their own personal minds.”
--Sydney Banks, The Missing Link, Reflections on Philosophy & Spirit