”Woven throughout will be how this inner work impacts our relationships, our work, our emotional well-being being and our physical health (including our neurobiology).”
Twice monthly discussions for adults who seek to live a more content, satisfying and meaningful life.
Each will be a stand-alone topic and each will start with a seed, such as a brief text or video by a spiritual thinker, e.g. Parker Palmer, John O’Donohue, Tosha Silver, Rumi, Mary Oliver or one of many others who encourage attention to the soul and listening to one’s inner teacher. Woven throughout will be how this inner work impacts our relationships, our work, our emotional well-being and our physical health (including our neurobiology). We will address how we find purpose and meaning, how we navigate practical challenges in our daily lives and how we create calm in these times. These sessions are intended to be relevant to individuals of any or no faith tradition or belief.
Those who attend are welcome to speak or simply listen, come regularly, intermittently or only one time. Though each session will focus on a stand-alone topic and be a separate experience, attending regularly will more likely allow someone to benefit from how different topics and discussions reinforce and build upon one another. These are small group discussions limited to 10 people (with some flexibility to accommodate regular attendees). The role of the facilitators, aside from sharing information and guidance, is to provide a safe, nonjudgmental space that allows each participant to listen to themselves while also respectfully listening to others. FIRST TOPIC Making Room for the Soul - “Our lives are frittered away by detail...Simplify. Simplify.” -Henry Thoreau
THURSDAY, AUGUST 8, 2019, 7:00-8:15pm 2527 Nelson Miller Pkwy. Ste. 202, Louisville, KY 40223 $50 per session We will be sharing the brief “seed” of the discussion prior to August 8th. To reserve your spot: