Wisdom Workshop: Time and the Art of Living--Less Overwhelm, More Oomph!
Do you feel like you have too much to do and too little time?
Is your to-do list full of “have to” and “should”, with no time for the things you want to do?
Does your solution to getting it all done involve skipping sleep, sucking it up, and grinding it out?
Would you like a more creative path to good timing, which supports ease and inspiration along the way?
What if you could have a spacious feeling while tending to the tasks of life?
The problem most people face is a widespread misunderstanding about where our mental wellbeing comes from. As a result, you attribute your overwhelm, anxiety, and frenetic thinking to outside circumstances. And then you spend a lot of time trying to change those circumstances so you can feel better.
What if I told you that everyone has access to wisdom that allows you to experience roominess in time, freedom, and creative insight, no matter what is going on around you?
And what if I showed you how this mental health "Immune System" works so that you can experience oomph and accomplishment with ease?
We’re 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. Once you start to see this for yourself, you will re-discover how to tap into your wisdom and effortlessly access your natural peace of mind and inspiration at any moment!
We’ll also explore the nature of time so you can deepen your experience of flow and presence. You’ll stop losing sleep over your to-do list and start experiencing the infinite creative potential for opportunities, grace, and spaciousness in time.
I'm excited that my mentor Julie Gleeson, Founder, The Art of Living, will be joining us for this workshop. She’s been helping people uncover their wellbeing for over 20 years so she'll be able to help us deepen our experience of wisdom.
“…Now is really all there is or ever will be. Now is every moment of every day in perfect motion.”
--Sydney Banks, The Enlightened Gardner Revisited