Stewart Emery first presented the Actualizations workshop in 1975 and in the spirit of the work of Rogers and Maslow, he offered the interpretation of the word Actualizations as meaning “to make the spirit of the authentic self real through action in the world.”
This is in total alignment with Unity in Marin’s vision as a “spiritual community committed to authenticity and the expression of love and support for each other in living an awakened and enlightened life.”
The fundamental theme of this workshop is aliveness. The content will be an exploration of ideas pertaining to the process of authentic self-expression in the world and of living fully alive. These ideas will be balanced with experiential learning processes, contemplative learning meditations and individual coaching conversations in a group setting.
In the book Success Built to Last, Stewart and his co-authors presented the discoveries of interviews with several hundred of the world’s most enduringly successful people, and of responses from hundreds of people to a globally distributed Internet-based questionnaire exploring the notion of success. When the book launched, the authors did a tour of the talk shows, and were always asked what the single most important take away from all of this work was. It is this:
Enduringly successful people have figured out how to live a life that is a gift to the world doing what they love to do and doing it really well and mentoring others to live fully alive.
As Howard Thurman famously said, “Don’t ask what the world needs. Ask what makes you come alive, and go do it. Because what the world needs are people who have come alive.” The workshop addresses how you actually can do this.
Wed, Feb. 18, 2015 7:00pm-9:30pm
Thurs, Fri, Sat, Feb. 19-21, 2015 9:00am – 6:00pm
Deposit is $150 to hold a space, (Workshop is limited to 70 participants)
Balance Due Feb. 11, 2015
Send check payable to: Unity in Marin, 600 Palm Drive, Hamilton Center, Novato, CA, 94949
Attn: Dennis Hardle
Contact Dennis Hardle 707-364-8285 (mobile) Email: firstname.lastname@example.org