Dates – Saturday May 27, 3rd June, 10th June
Time – 9:00am PT / 12:00 noon ET / 5:00pm UK / 6:00pm CET
Language(s) – English
Location – Online Zoom
Length – 2 hours x 3 group sessions, 6 private sessions.
Payment – $425 / £270
Contact – firstname.lastname@example.org
Let’s go back to where and when it all began. It often seems that our childhood defined who and how we are as adults. Whether we remember it as an idyllic time that we long to go back to, or a nightmarish, painful time that we’ve long tried to escape from, our childhood is pivotal to our idea of ourselves.
In Living Inquiry sessions, we inevitably come back to our childhood in some way; seeing images or memories, feeling long-buried or deeply familiar feelings, and uncovering the beliefs that we’ve lived by since our youngest days. In this Deepening Course, we’ll explore this thing that we call childhood in even more detail. Was it really how we’ve believed it to be? Are we destined to be defined by it forever? Who and how did it define us, exactly? Can we come to terms with it, or even feel peace around it?
Working in a small, intimate group, we’ll share and inquire in three two-hour group meetings. Each participant will also have four individual sessions with me, and two other sessions with certified facilitators (making a total of six sessions). We’ll also have a private Facebook group in which you can share, ask questions, and get support.
The three group calls will be held on Zoom on these dates:
Saturday, 3rd June
Saturday, 10th June
(Zoom is easy to use, generally more reliable than Skype, and free to set up).
Everyone is welcome. No experience of the inquiries is necessary.
Cost: $425 / £270 payable via Paypal to email@example.com
(If you’re in the UK, you also have the option to pay via bank transfer. Ask me for more details).
To book your place, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or send me a private message on Facebook. Booking is essential as places are limited.
Events are shown in Pacific Time (PT). Check the details for other time zones such as Eastern Time (ET), GMT (UK time) , Central European Time (CET) or go to http://www.worldtimebuddy.com/ or https://www.timeanddate.com/ to check out the equivalent time for your own location.
Zoom is an online video conferencing platform like Skype. To join the meeting click the link supplied by your course facilitator. You can also download the free Zoom app here https://zoom.us/download. It’s a good idea to test the Zoom link on your device by clicking through it sometime before you attend your first Zoom meeting. (If another meeting is in progress that Zoom “room” will be locked.)