Our spirituality series is proving to be powerful.
So powerful, in fact, it crashed our entire email system. If you are one of the many people waiting for your registration confirmation, don’t worry. We are up and running and will make sure that every single one of you who wants to see this series gets taken care of.
But right now I want to take a moment to thank you for being part of our community. We would not have been able to launch this new series without your support, enthusiasm, and commitment.
So much of our hearts and souls – and staff time and energy – has gone into creating and launching this new Spirituality in Healing series. We were thrilled when thousands of people from 48 countries tuned in Wednesday night to hear Joan Borysenko launch us on this fascinating journey together.
That felt great for us as a team, but it also made me feel personally inspired because I truly believe that this series can help us reach out to the people we serve in a profound manner.
This is why we have a gift for you.
In looking over the comment board – and thanks for all that positive feedback – we noticed a lot of posts thanking us for Joan’s explanation of the liminal phase between “no longer” and “not yet”.
This turned out to be so valuable that we’d like to make that part of the webinar available to you as a gift, so you can watch it again or catch up with the rest of us if you missed it.
In this video, Joan talks about a very different kind of crash – a head-on collision – and how it gave her insight into what the liminal stage is really all about. Here it is so you can see for yourself:
Each week, we’ll keep bringing you inspiring webinars with more of the world’s top experts like Ram Dass and Caroline Myss. This week we’ll be hearing from Rachel Naomi Remen, MD on “Recapturing the Soul of Medicine.”
The webinars are free to watch – you just need to sign up.
Why do you think the concept of “no longer. . .not yet” resonates deeply with so many people? Please leave a comment below.