Hey Everyone! I hope you've all had a restful and relaxing holiday season, and a happy New Year so far. I am excited to dive back into enlightening conversation with you all at our first meeting of 2019!
When we say "I", what do we mean? Who are we really talking about? Our conceptions of "I" have a lot of power over us in our lives, and what we believe about "I" has the power to erect many blockades in terms of our health (mental and physical) and wellbeing.
For this meeting we'll be focusing more on the work of Alan Watts, and specifically as it pertains to his book "The Book".
One of the central inquiries in this book is the question of "Who Am I" or rather, who or what is at the center of the claim "I"?
Watts has some poignant assertions that contradict much of what we have been brought up to learn about ourselves and the idea of "I" in the Judeo/Christian West, so we'll really dig into the points he raises and let the discussion spread its wings from there.
Looking forward to connecting with everyone that can make it as we examine this ever so important error that we have all been shackled by.
Hope to see you there!