The first step to creating a humane and sustainable world: visualizing it

The first step to creating a humane and sustainable world: visualizing it

Dear Friends,

I want to let you know that I am leading a workshop on September 27th from 1-3pm in San Francisco, and you are welcomed to come. I think it will be deeply supportive, a source of real guidance, and fun. It’s called The first step to creating a humane and sustainable world: visualizing it.

The idea was inspired by a psychotherapist, shaman, and author named Sandra Ingerman. In one of her books, called Healers of the Earth, she describes the path to becoming a healer of the world as having seven aspects: intention, union, love, focus, concentration, harmony, and imagination. I think this is a brilliant list. And, because the world needs it right now, I am trying to walk this path and I am inviting others to try to walk this path with me.

If you would like to join me, I’ve created this workshop to get us started. In it we’ll mainly focus on imagination. If there’s enough interest in this workshop, I’ll host six more workshops in the future to give us a chance to practice the other aspects of this path. Here are the details and a sign up link, where you can also find a full workshop description. In addition, I’ll leave you with a handful of pictures and a song containing other people’s thoughts and visions to spark your imagination.

I hope to see you there. And, whether or not you can make it, I hope you join me on this path.

Warmly,
Jared

 


When? Saturday September 27th, 1-3pm

Location? Zazen (a beautiful spot in the Marina district of San Francisco, located at 2219 Filbert Street)

Price? $60/$40 for Zazen members

Where can I sign up?  www.zazensf.com

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