Windows of Perception
June 25 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm PDT
“One new perception, one fresh thought, one act of surrender, one change of heart, one leap of faith can change your life forever.”
~ Robert Holden
This is how the Universe works: Just when we think we know what we’re talking about, and the meaning of things, we are forced to reassess everything and begin again. The path towards awakening is in essence a hero’s journey, inviting us in every moment to surrender and release our sacred cows, however lovely their moo.
As we explore four essays beautifully written by the poet/philosopher, David Whyte from his book “Consolations”, there will be such an invitation – to look through new windows of perception, to revisit and hone the truths dear to our hearts and discover their aliveness again for the first time.
Window of Perception Logistics
When: The four Saturdays in June from 12 – 1:30 pm PT
Where: Virtually on Zoom
You Will Receive:
- The Sunday before each class, you will receive an email with a video and a word document of the essay for that week along with reflection questions to ponder. It is recommended that you purchase the book “Consolations” if you wish to explore the entirety of the essays, but this is not a requirement for the class.
- Four 1-1/2 hour classes to explore the essays within the wisdom of community
- Zoom recordings of each session
Registration: The registration fee is $40.00 or donation. Please register for this class on the ULV Website.