August 19th – 20th, 2017, 10:00 am to 6:00 pm
As humans we are always maneuvering with guilt and innocence. This is entirely natural and understandable in the normal world. Guilt feels bad, and is thought to mean negative things, and Innocence feels good and it goes with positive sensations of relief, safety and belonging. To be guilty is bad and to be innocent is good is the usual, speed-of-daily-life impression of it all, but this is not accurate.
In this course, you will come to understand how both Guilt, and Innocence, are toxic, pernicious and destructive life stances. When we use them as metrics to assess, assist or assert the validity of our experience, or to diminish the validity of another’s experience or condition, we destroy well-being for everyone, including ourselves, wherever we are. There has to be a better way! And that is what this workshop is all about.
This 2-day course is highly recommended to everyone. No prerequisites required! (*Offered only once per year.)