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5th Quarterly: Our Way of Life: Optimal Living & Personal Happiness
January 29 @ 9:00 am - 1:00 pm$45
Quarterly Series: Part Five on Emotional Sobriety
Our Way of Life: Optimal Living & Personal Happiness
Dr. Allen Berger, PhD, Clinical Psychologist & Herb Kaighan, Spiritual Guide
Saturday, January 29,2022 9:00am to 1:00 pm Remote Via Zoom (PST)
Who should attend? ALL who are interested in improving the quality of their life by reducing suffering and increasing joy!
Dr. Berger and Herb K. will discuss a solution not only to addiction but for dealing with our human condition – unmanageability. Carl Jung had suggested “The Spirit is the antidote to spirits” = optimal living and personal happiness. Bill Wilson states in the Big Book “…our way of living has its advantages for All.” This workshop will be a deep dive into the application of tools for optimal living.
We will discuss emotional balance, a purposeful life, and personal fulfillment.” Honestly ask yourself: Are you unhappy, bored, irritable, discontent, depressed, stuck?; Do you find yourself repeating self-defeating patterns of negative thinking, feelings, and behavior?; Are you frustrated by your ineffective efforts at attaining and sustaining contentment? Through this workshop you will experience a process for: Identifying the primary obstacles to a healthy relationship with yourself; Taking responsibility for producing a positive attitude and taking effective actions; Fostering your personal growth toward a sense of meaning, value, purpose and joy …a personal life that really FLOURISHES!
Herb Kaighan, Spiritual Direction (37 years sober) Through working the steps as contained in the Big Book Herb experienced a profound spiritual awakening. He will discuss the impact of the Process & Principles for walking this path, practicing emotional sobriety to develop emotional maturity and a practice of daily intentional consciousness. www.herbk.com
Allen Berger, PhD, Clinical Psychologist (50 years clean & sober) Dr. Berger will discuss mental health concepts like emotional dependency, self-esteem, independence, interdependence & manifesting our true self. www.abphd.com
Cost: $45 per workshop Zoom information and links will be emailed to you a few days before each event.
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