Navigating Life’s Passages: Wisdom for Times of Crisis

 

Throughout our lives we experience many transitions — passages between one social role and another, passages between stages in our development throughout the human lifespan, and passages that mark significant growth opportunities at whatever life stage we are in. And now multiple health, social and environmental crises are thrusting the entire human family into a powerful transition that carries with it grave danger as well as the potential for the personal and societal transformation that will enable humanity to survive and thrive. Successfully moving and growing through change—as opposed to trying futilely to hold on to a past that no longer supports true aliveness—requires that certain dynamics be recognized, honored and supported.

In this course, we will explore these dynamics of transition and the importance to our well being of working with these dynamics as they seek to unfold in us. There will be special, but certainly not exclusive, focus on the transition from mid-life adulthood into elderhood.

Throughout these four sessions, Ron will share understandings, practices and rituals from the world’s wisdom traditions that will support your journey through your personal transitions and through humanity’s collective time of both crisis and renewal.

The course will be presented in four online sessions on Wednesdays from 3:00 pm – 5:30 pm ET:

  • March 31st
  • April 7th
  • April 14th
  • April 21st

The flyer for this event includes a link to the web page where you can register for the event. Once you have registered, you will receive the information you need to participate.

Each individual participates through a separate webcam-equipped digital device with internet capability (computer, tablet, smartphone) and mic and video cam capability, on a PC, MAC, or Linux platform. A second registrant at the same email address must have a separate digital device – they can register as a “guest” and pay the registration fee.

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