Please Note: This presentation will take place on the 4th Friday of the month.
11:30am – 1:30pm
Location: The Boulder Jewish Community Center
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We’ll acknowledge the presence of doubt, anxiety, and judgment along the path of Devotion. We’ll explore how it is to have an internally guided intuitive path that embraces deep aspects of many traditions. Inevitably this includes the psychological work that is necessary to support the openings to Spirit. Using my own life as example we’ll explore some of the sources of feelings of illegitimacy, and the questioning that often accompanies the openings. I’ll introduce some of the work of David LaChapelle who was my main guide and teacher about the calling of the heart and the way of individual unfolding. The presence of myriad influences has been a blessing. The process of learning to trust is ongoing.
Linda Weber, M.A., has been a psychotherapist and spiritual counselor for almost fifty years, specializing in women’s lives. She is also a writer, singer-songwriter, sacred chant leader, and wilderness rites of passage guide. Her work helps people orient and reconnect to the natural world and the flow of existence. She is a co-founder of Boulder Valley Women’s Health Center (1973), and the author of Life Choices: The Teachings of Abortion (2011). She is the recipient of the 2012 Daily Camera Pacesetter Award for science, medicine, and health.