We all plan for the future based on what we observe and learn from the past. But even this can only take place in this moment. Bringing this into awareness helps us penetrate the mystery of what is always Now. This defies definition – but is readily experienced when we learn how to become open to it. We still honor the clock and calendar as tools, but we are no longer a slave to either.
Acceptance of the Unknown in the Present Moment adds new meaning to the phrase, “I don't know.” This can free us from the false expectations of the limited view of our ego-intellect, and allow our intuitive dimension to surface and guide us. This simple acceptance helps create a shift in life-perspective. We discover how to bridge the gap of our own learned prejudice, our hidden fear, and honor our confusion. We explore new ways of thinking, feeling and experiencing this dilemma of authentic, meaningful communication, with ourselves and others.
We all live in the unknown, but, how many assumptions do we add to our limited information? Our class will explore the benefit of becoming aware of, and accepting of, the Unknown which is present in the Now, in every minute of our lives. Learning this acceptance relieves us of the pressure of thinking that we “should have known.”
The fee for the class is $25 for each session. Each session will last for 2 hours.
This class is scheduled to begin on Friday, October 26, 2002 from 6:30 to 8 p.m. in Burbank.
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