Taming the To-do List and Finding Depth in Everyday Life.
A one-day workshop with Abby Seixas, M.Ed., LMHC.
October 20, 2018, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Beneath the busyness of our daily lives flows a deep river of creativity, passion, silence, and, among other things, a place of contact with ourselves and what matters to us. Although ‘the deep river’ is a powerful source of nurturance, the fragmentation and sheer pace of life in 21st century America often buries this deeper dimension under the perpetual-motion surface of our days.
This workshop is about slowing down. Based on the her book, Finding the Deep River Within: A Woman’s Guide to Recovering Balance and Meaning in Everyday Life, Abby will introduce the three preliminary doorways and six core practices that can support us in allowing our own deeper currents to flow through daily life.
With the help of experiential exercises, discussion, journaling, creative expression, humor, and each other, we will explore ways to free ourselves from the tyranny of our “to-do’s,” and so to rest more in our deeper selves and in the gift of life itself.
Cost: $125 before October 1. $150 thereafter. Half price for Deep River group ‘veterans’.
Note: This workshop, or another Deep River offering, is a prerequisite for the Facilitator Training on October 21.
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER. (You will see the name “Leah Kent” at the top of the PayPal registration form. Leah is handling registration…you’re in the right place!)
CONTACT Abby@deepriverwithin.com FOR MORE INFORMATION.