Sprit Rock - How To Be An Adult in Love: Letting Love in Safely and Showing it R

Hello Lovely Sangha -

I would like to invite all of you on Saturday, November 9 to a day long retreat at Spirit Rock from 10 am to 4 pm.  The topic is loving-kindness, which seems especially timely and relevant to enhance our practice! Let's plan on carpooling, I can take up to 4 additional people in my car! We would meet at the Target parking lot located off of Soscol at 8:30 am. Below is a short description of the retreat and teacher.

How To Be An Adult In Love:

We explore the deeper and jubilant implications of loving-kindness practice. We look at ways to love ourselves without guilt and with generosity. We learn how to love others with awareness of our boundaries. We embrace the spiritual challenge of letting our scope of love expand to include all beings. Then love is a commitment to caring connection - unconditional, universal, mindful and joyous. This is how the bodhisattva path is the same as becoming fully human. Based on Dave’s new book, How To Be An Adult in Love.

David Richo

David Richo, PhD, MFT, teacher, workshop leader and writer, works as a psychotherapist in Santa Barbara and San Francisco, California. He combines Jungian, transpersonal and mythic perspectives in his work. He is the author of How to Be An Adult in Relationships: The Five Keys to Mindful Loving; The Power of Coincidence: How Life Shows Us What We Need to Know; Everyday Commitments: Choosing a Life of Love, Realism and Acceptance and Daring to Trust: Opening Ourselves to Real Love and Intimacy. For more information about David, visit www.davericho.com. To purchase David's books, click here.

Hope to see you and share in this teaching!

Metta - Erika

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  • Bill

    thanks for posting this Erica....see you at 8:20 at the Target parking lot

    November 6, 2013

    • Erika J G.

      Great Bill! Look forward to seeing you Maggie, Sandra and Bonnie!

      November 6, 2013

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