During this workshop we’ll explore the commitments and life changes that can usher us into a new way of being alive — as cheerful agents of the goodness that is in us all. Our choices for integrity and loving-kindness reflect that goodness and help us co-create a world of justice, peace, and love. This is an owners’ guide to being an upright and loving human. In the Buddhist and many other spiritual traditions, our “right conduct” is a primary pathway to happiness and enlightened living. In psychological terms, it can lead us to fearless love, freedom from ego-centeredness, and contentment with ourselves and our predicaments. Most of all, we find the joy of living our lives and enjoying our relationships at a heart level, no matter how others act toward us. This workshop is based on David Richo’s book, Coming Home to Who You Are: Discovering Your Natural Capacity for Love, Integrity, and Compassion.
Recommended reading: Richo, Coming Home to Who You Are.