I wish you a very, very happy yearwith lots of passion, risk, adventure, and new learning! I look forward to working with you and learning together.
Let me tell you a bit more about the 4-Steps Workshop...
In this 3-hour workshop, you will ...
practice 3 types of awarenesses;
become familiar with how to shift from your rational, cognitive mind to your innate inner wisdom;
learn several methods of asking a question that taps into the wisdom of the mind, the body, and the heart; and
discover multiple examples of "right action" ways of moving towards wholeness.
The 4-Steps Workshop brings the four steps to life. It's a great workshop, very informative and inspiring! I highly recommend that you sign up right away. You become really interested in the new growth and development that is yet to come.
Is Flourish! for you?
Yes, I believe so.
This book and the accompanying workshop is for ...
* People who are intrigued by the idea of stepping into the full, rich wholeness of their lives with ease, integrity, full self-expression, and authentic relationships
* People who want to be supported in the changes that occur in the second half of life
* People who want to be inspired to pursue their passions, meaning of life, new growth, and learning and who seek to flourish and become the "wise women and men" around whom others flourish.
Click to the left and sign up for the next 4-Steps Workshop on Saturday, February 8th from 2:00 to 5:00 pm.
If I do not want what you want, please try not to tell me that my want is wrong.
Or if I believe other than you, at least pause before you correct my view.
Or if my emotion is less than yours, or more, given the same circumstances,
try not to ask me to feel more strongly or weakly.
If I act, or fail to act, in the manner of your design for action, let me be.
I do not, for the moment at least, ask you to understand me. That will come only when you are willing to give up changing me into a copy of you.
I may be your spouse, your parent, your child, your friend, or your colleague.
If you will allow me any of my own wants, or emotions, or beliefs, or actions, then you open yourself, so that some day these ways of mine might not seem so wrong, and might finally appear to you as… right—for me.
To put up with me is the first step to understanding me.
Not that you embrace my ways as right for you, but that you are no longer irritated or disappointed with me for my seeming waywardness.
And in understanding me you might come to prize my differences from you, and, far from seeking to change me, you may come to cherish, preserve and even nurture those differences.