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It Didn’t Start With Me
12 week online course

There is a complex web of interactions around our own experience as a child, our relationship with our parents when we were  children and as adults, and, if we are parents, the experiences of our children, both as children and as adults. Some weeks will be a class with a short presentation, guided inquiry and sharing.These will alternate with group meetings focused on sharing and supporting each other.

We begin Sunday June 3, 11am Eastern. Recordings and resources posted each week. Details and sign up here.

 

Friends With Your Mind,
How To Stop Torturing Yourself With Your Thoughts

You can make friends with your own mind. This friendliness and inner strength is the foundation for a healthy, fulfilling life. It is the key to freeing yourself from the torture of your thoughts.
Available on Amazon as print or e-book.

 

Radical Recovery SummitRadical Recovery Summit

May 18 to 20
Antonia Montoya: Gratitude Motivational Interviewing and Addiction

Watch a clip from the interview

To watch free: Sign up here

 

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Live online free Meditation PracticeLive: Join our online practice community for thirty minutes every day for a free guided healing practice of breathing, deep relaxation, Natural Rest and Living Inquiries.

Join us when you can. We meet 7 days a week.

Live on Zoom 8AM Eastern (New York)   http://zoom.us/j/645904638

 

Living Inquiries     

Our experience shows up as thought (words and images) and sensation, feelings and energies in the body. The Living Inquiries use a very specific way of slowing down and looking at each of these elements and asking one of three questions:

Is that me? Can it hurt me? Where is the urge to … ?