Successfully Navigating Change
One Day (3 hour)Workshop
They say the only two sure things in life are death and taxes, but I think there is a third sure thing: change. Life changes from day to day, from week to week, and from year to year. And yet, the thing I hear most from people is that they don’t like change. And even if we welcome change, it isn’t always pleasant. Join me for an exploration of change and how to successfully move through it so that we can use change to recreate ourselves in ever more wonderful ways.
March 27, 2021 (via Zoom)
MST 10:00- 1:00
Love Offerings Accepted
Me and White Supremacy:
a journaling and discussion group
This group is for white people to read the book “Me and White Supremacy” and to work through the guided journal. The journal is a guided experience that provides thought for discussion. This experiential book provides many opportunities for insight and ideas for change.
White people will become more aware of unintentional bias and raise their consciousness of their role in supporting white supremacy. The book is clear, and the discussions are held without judgment, but for insight and calls to individual action.
How is this course consistent with the principles of Science of Mind? We all are affected by race consciousness. Although Ernest Holmes didn’t necessary mean “racism,” in his teachings of race consciousness, it is included; our society’s current beliefs and institutions certainly work to keep racism in place and are part of race consciousness. Bringing this information to consciousness gives us a starting point for changing our thoughts and seeing the truth. This class is important as RGCSL reaches out to all people in our society.
Tuesdays from 3:00-4:00pm
Starting in April (6 weeks)
via Zoom with Marilyn O’Leary, RScP
Marilyn O’Leary, RScP, is a retired attorney and educator, a professional life coach and has led a number of RGCSL classes and workshops. She is a skilled facilitator in helping people address difficult problems in a group setting. She believes that people learn and change, not from being taught, but from working through new ideas combined with their spiritual growth.