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Living In Joy – Rev. Martha Creek workshop
July 8 @ 12:30 pm - 2:30 pm
In the Sanctuary.
Rev. Dr. Martha will be our guest speaker for the Sunday service at 10:00 am and will facilitate the “Living In Joy” workshop, following the service.
Have you put your happiness on hold — Waiting for something/someone to change so you can be happy?
“The Work” is a simple and deeply transformative process that is helping people around the world approach their stress, guilt, shame and blaming patterns from a perspective of clarity and inner peace. It works for 100% of people who really want to know the truth. You cannot be spiritually mature without emotional maturity.
Free YourSELF! NOW!
This workshop is for everyone on a path of SELF realization. Be guided through a simple, yet powerful process of inquiry to discover that all stressful thoughts and beliefs — about life, other people, or yourself – radically shift.
“The Work” consists of four questions and turnarounds, which are a way of experiencing the opposite of what you believe. With inquiry, you discover and experience choices beyond suffering. One thought at a time, you transform the way you experience your life.
People who do The Work as an ongoing practice commonly report:
- Alleviation of depression: Find resolution, even happiness, in situations that were once debilitating.
- Decreased stress: Live with less anxiety or fear.
- Improved relationships: Experience deeper connection and intimacy with your partner, your parents, your children, your friends, and yourself.
- Reduced anger: Understand what makes you angry and resentful and become reactive less often, with less intensity.
- Increased mental clarity: Live and work more intelligently and effectively, with integrity.
- More energy: Experience a new sense of ongoing vigor and well-being.
- More peace: Discover how to become “a lover of what is.”
This tool can set you free. Experience it for yourSELF. Peace or Pain? You decide!
NO REGISTRATION REQUIRED. Love offerings accepted.
Pick up the books, “Loving What Is” and “A Thousand Names for Joy” by Byron Katie, in the Bookstore.