is a freelance philosopher and teacher. He is the author of numerous books, including Fire in the Belly, Learning to Fly, and Faces of the Enemy.
Human beings are biomythic animals, storytellers, myth makers, spinners of tales. Our conscious and unconscious myths inform our minds and bodies, give shape to our lives, and may contribute to certain diseases. By discovering the somatic aspects of our myths, the way they shape our bodies, form our character armor, and structure our use of energy, we can begin to recover the power to heal ourselves.
In this workshop, we will explore some of the following topics:
Every decade of your life brings new challenges, goals, pleasures, and horizons. When the trauma of divorce, illness, tragedy, or sudden good fortune strikes or when you gradually become dissatisfied or aimless, it is time to take stock and look for a new story to guide you toward a more hopeful future.
Surprisingly, the essence of what you may become – the voice of your future – is already resonating in you. This workshop is an invitation to listen for the echo of your future through storytelling, conversation, and exploration of promises and potentials still unfulfilled.