The Power of Love - A 3-part Lecture/ Discussion
Recordings will be sent to registered participants upon request.
There is a reason why love is challenging, complicated, and often so very difficult to give and receive.
There is a reason why rejection hurts so badly that we don’t express our desire to connect and can’t seem to open and let love in.
At the same time, giving and receiving love is one thing we all secretly need, desire, and long for.
We don’t openly talk about love. Sometimes we will talk about relationships or sex, but not love and the power it has to heal all of the traumas, thoughts, agreements, habits, and addictions that work against us.
Join me as we discuss and share how this powerful divine energy can heal, connect, and create a pathway to living a life free from the fears that hinder us from being our most powerful, authentic, and loving selves.
Please join me for this 3-part series. Click the registration button to the left and choose an option:
- Individual Registration: $40 for all sessions (open to the public).
- Current KFSS students: Included in your monthly fee, please register with that option to receive the Zoom link and recordings.
Why am I doing this talk series? For over 35 years, I’ve been teaching different workshops, lectures, and classes to corporations, individuals, groups, and parents. Inevitably, I get frustrated when questions arise that I don’t have the time to answer in the depth that may be needed to truly understand, change, or make a new agreement with a behavior.
With that in mind, I decided to start a Wednesday Evening Lecture and Dialogue Series to take a deeper dive into the skills and tools that help us manage this life and bring awareness to the source of the issue, where the disconnection began, and how to reconnect. I would like to share how to find true balance and alignment internally and outside of ourselves. Most importantly, I want to share how to feed our true nature to build a strong spiritual and soulful immune system so that unhealthy beliefs and habits don’t take such a solid hold of us.
I hope you can join me.