R106 | Six Steps Towards Personal and Spiritual Growth|
Stephen Glick

3:30 - 5:00 p.m. | 6 Sessions - 9/21, 9/28, 10/5, 10/12, 10/19, 10/26
In-person at Kimball Farms
Limit: 30

The mind consists of our beliefs about ourselves and the world, thought patterns of who we are and who we are not, and judgments about ourselves and others. These patterns of mind limit our potential for attaining inner and outer goals. In this workshop-style class, we will look at and work with the key concepts that are the foundation of personal and spiritual growth:

  • Self-acceptance
  • Letting go
  • Stories that do not serve you
  • Forgiveness of self and others
  • Fearlessness
  • Opening the heart and dropping judgements

In each session we focus on one of these concepts, and at the conclusion you will have a comprehensive set of tools and awareness’s to continue forward with love, self-acceptance, and fearlessness on your own journey of personal and spiritual growth.

Stephen Glick, PhD has been committed to the personal and spiritual growth of himself and others since his early 20s. He initially taught English in inner city Philadelphia high schools for 13 years and earned his PhD in group dynamics at Temple University. After his teaching career, he founded Applied Energy Management (AEM), later moving his company and his family to the Berkshires in 1989. After growing the company to over 100 employees, he sold AEM to a NASDAQ listed company in 2008. A former resident of Kripalu when it was an ashram in the 1970’s, he later served nine years on the Kripalu board, four as vice-chair, also serving 10 years on the board at BRIDGE as finance chair, and now 5 years of board of Goodwill of the Berkshires, currently as finance chair.

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