How we gain knowledge through struggle, danger, and fear. Learning in nature in pursuit of engagement.
Our minds are flexible but, at the same time, we tend to get stuck. Why is it so easy to precipitate a change of thinking sometimes, and impossible at other times? It does not have
Enlightened people live close to their weakness, while those those with unflagging strength are often dull minded. Why is this? Is enlightenment a weakness and stupidity a strength?
Do you need to remember your dreams? What are they telling you? Should they change you? Can you change them? Answers from brain science, theories of mind, and therapy. Meeting in Room #1 or #2
The most puzzling, difficult, and often most rewarding path to healing is directly into the illness itself. This is always true with heartbreak. Understanding this is a gift. Room#1 or #2 in the central branch,
"The origin of chronic illness lies in the struggle with our emotions. More specifically, the conflict between the controlled person we have created ourselves to be and the emotions inside us..."
The last few times I've held this Meetup only one or two people came, and the results have been terrific. So let's just make this the target: a small group with a lot of personal
Past Life Regression can be a therapy, an exploration, an entertainment, a learning experience, a frustration, separately or all combined. We'll do a group guided visualization along with some Q&A.