Conscious Living Workshop
Friday, Jan 3, 2014, 4:00 PM
Sunday, Jan 5, 2014, 1:30 PM (All times are local to the event.)
It’s time to DREAM BIG—for yourself and for the world. On this momentous New Year discover the synergy between what the world needs and what you are here to give. This journey from scattered desires to focused vision culminates in a New Year’s Ceremony of Passage.
Dana has distilled a simple yet profound process to widen the aperture of inspiration and revelation. Using “right brain” modalities – visual, kinesthetic, symbolic, and intuitive – she helps us activate capacities that reach beyond the parameters of ordinary awareness. She teaches us to access – and transform – our future.
This course is a profound inner journey of personal transformation. Participants will gain simple and tangible tools for use in daily life and work, learning to:
CLICK HERE TO LISTEN to Dana Lynne Andersen's 2011 IONS Teleseminar: "Imagineering the Future: Activating our imaginative, intuitive, and visionary intelligence to access and transform our future."
CLICK HERE TO READ Dana Lynne Andersen's Veritas article, "A New Zeitgeist."
Dana Lynne Andersen, MA, is a multi-media artist, writer, and playwright with a Masters Degree in Consciousness Studies. She is a gifted teacher acclaimed for her pioneering use of art and creativity as vehicles for shifting consciousness. Dana is currently the Director of the Academy of Art, Creativity & Consciousness in Assisi, Italy. www.awakeningarts.com
Registration for this workshop depends upon available space, so please register early. Overnight lodging is $85 per night per person for a shared room or $115 per night for a single room.
Continuing Education Credits are not being offered for this workshop.
Arrival and Departure
Check-in and access to accommodations is on Friday from 4 - 5:45 pm. Guests are requested to be checked out of their room by lunchtime on Sunday. For more information on directions and transportation, see Plan Your Stay.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 707-779-8271.