Are you spending more time preparing for, than enjoying the precious moments?
Does gift giving leave you feeling more scarcity than abundance?
Are certain people getting on your nerves?
You know you have a good life, but you wonder why you don’t feel more grateful…
The problem most people face is a widespread misunderstanding about where our mental wellbeing comes from. As a result, you attribute your holiday stress to outside circumstances, and spend a lot of effort 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 more ease, 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 well-being without any effort during the holidays, and all year long?
In this workshop I’m going to share with you a simple understanding that shows you where your mental wellbeing comes from. 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, connection, and inspiration, at any moment!
We’ll also explore the nature of your experience so you can see how to access this wisdom and experience the holidays with a greater sense of ease, joy, and gratitude. You’ll start to experience peace differently, appreciate your connection to the miraculous, and stop guarding yourself against the holiday blues.
- Wednesday, November 9, 2016, 3 – 6 PM
- Register ahead of time to save your spot: http://wisdom-workshop-nov-2016.eventbrite.com
- Tuition: $97, register with a friend for a $12 discount each
- At Thrive Acupuncture and Wellness, 3412 Mendocino Avenue, Santa Rosa, CA
“If you wanted to replace a glass of stale wine with fresh wine, first you must pour out the old wine. It is the same with clearing our minds of unwanted, stale thoughts.”
–Sydney Banks, The Missing Link