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Join us at Center for Spiritual Living to spend a weekend with Jean Houston, one of the principal founders of the Human Potential Movement. Learn how to initiate and create lasting change in your life, from the inside out. With humor, engagement, and deep knowing, Jean will guide us to a deeper personal and more meaningful social engagement during these most critical times.

Together, we’ll be empowered to make new and dramatic shifts in our personal and collective evolution as we focus on: Birthing a New Humanity; Holy Darkness, Holy Light; and Disruptions as the New Norm: The Great Possibilities.

 

Spend the weekend with Jean Houston! Click here to register for Friday, Saturday and Sunday programs.


Birthing a New Humanity
Friday, September 15, 7-9pm

“Meet & Greet” for Premier attendees, 5:45-6:30pm

Click to register for Friday Talk – Birthing a New Humanity.

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Creating lasting change may be an inside job! The lifetime studies of Dr. Jean Houston, award-winning advocate for human potential, author, advisor for the United Nations, and consultant to political leaders and communities around the world, introduces important new rules for personal and social engagement in these, the most critical times in human history.

In this motivating talk, Dr. Houston shares her insights as to why each one is being called now to create a new “speciation,” or dramatic shift in our personal and collective evolution and how to initiate meaningful change. You’ll learn the five critical steps necessary to deepen your spiritual attunement, understand that nagging call to service that won’t go away, strengthen you sense of purpose, and expand your ability to develop solutions larger than the challenges that confront us at every turn.

Jean Houston provides that rare combination of humor, interaction, and deep knowing that prepares the way for those who are needed to birth a new humanity.


Holy Darkness, Holy Light – Weekend Workshop
Saturday,  September 16-17, 9am-5pm, 12:30-2pm Break for Lunch

Bringing the “Holy” to Life
Sunday, September 17, 2017, 1:30-5:30pm

Click to register for Saturday and Sunday workshop – Holy Darkness, Holy Light & Bringing the “Holy” to Life.

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Darkness has many names; it is seldom called “holy.” In her work in 109 countries and 40 cultures, Dr. Jean Houston, philosopher, author, scholar, and consultant to the United Nations has witnessed the significant patterns that precede and influence personal and social change. Over two highly charged days of talks, processes, and interaction, she demonstrates the conscious qualities of Dark and Light. She teaches how together these qualities create a radical environment for the emergence of new relationships to our purpose, our Spirit, each other, and our earth.

Seen from this new perspective, the Darkness becomes the womb, and from it comes the Holy Child, the Regenesis, and the possibilities yearning to be born. In this powerful workshop, you will be taken into the parallel worlds where myths mirror reality, and discover the New Story waiting to move through your voice and actions.

You will leave this powerful time together with awareness that your surface self is no longer the center of the equation, and meet the many aspects of your Self that create your reality and future.


Bringing the “Holy” to Life
Sunday, September 17, 2017, 1:30-5:30pm

Why is it so difficult to stay in the zone of generous inclusion when your buttons are being pushed? Perhaps it’s because the stakes are higher than ever before. In this inspirational workshop, Dr. Jean Houston teaches well-tested, practical processes for bridging the “Holy Self” with the challenging world you inhabit.

Drawing from spiritual practices from many cultures, she teaches how to strengthen your spirit, increase your creativity and resilience, and move backward and forward through time to influence situations that have shaped your reactions to your world. This afternoon is a virtual feast of practices devoted to enhancing your ability to respond with courage, insight, compassion, and wisdom even in the most challenging of situations.

You will journey to your depths to discover what you truly stand for, what defines your purpose, and how to embody and honor these values with integrity, understanding, effectiveness, and confidence.

Bringing the “Holy” to Life is included in your weekend workshop registration.


Sunday Service – Disruptions as the New Norm: The Great Possibilities
Sunday, September 17, 9am and 11am

All a welcome, no registration required.

Do you remember when life was predictable? Now, the disruptions show up in our personal lives, in our families, communities, and world at an increasing rate. This Sunday, Dr. Jean Houston, author, philosopher, and called by Deepak Chopra “the most important teacher of personal and social change”, shares how to turn the page of history and discover the three critical steps for a noble human to build a noble world.

About Jean Houston PhD
It is often said that Jean Houston’s mind should be considered a national treasure. There’s a reason for that. Trained as a classical scholar, Jean rapidly moved beyond her teaching positions at major universities to explore the untapped possibilities of the human mind and spirit starting over 60 years ago. Her research, books and extraordinary results with individuals and communities drew the attention of leaders around the world and she easily stepped into the role of a mentor to Presidents of countries, social change agents, and those students on every continent who wanted to hone their personal potentials and put them to use.

Houston became a consultant for the United Nations and has written over 30 books advocating the spiritual genius in each and every person. It may be her humor, her keen attunement to our roles in these changing times, or the depth of love she embodies. Whatever it is, Deepak Chopra says “Jean Houston is the most important teacher of personal and social change today.” She is and always has been the dedicated champion of the human spirit.