The idea of this group is simple: Making decisions can be hard, but it gets easier if we take time to talk with other thoughtful people.
I called it "Decision Making for Humans" because we sometimes try to choose the best path like we're computers, using logic alone. I'm interested in talking about our good reasons - and also the messier, more intuitive, human side of making decisions.
Events will be held at MIT and hosted by Radius, an MIT program that supports ethical reflection.
You don’t need to buy into any spiritual perspective or self-help paradigm. Just come, talk, listen, and use the time to grow in your own way.
We'll explore the four centers we use when we make decisions. Sarah Moore of Decision Making from the Soul has named these parts of ourselves as: Being (which means intuition or core identity), Intellect, Body, and Emotions.
What can each part of you tell you about the choices and changes you're considering?
Our time will include some initial time for personal reflection, and then conversation both in small groups of 3-4 and in the whole circle.