Learning To Live An Authentic Life As a Wisdom Keeper
“The proper path for the second half of life is to re-discover the child you left behind while you were discovering your potential. You get to regain that potential and live it at the same time” C. G. Jung.
What is a Wisdom Keeper?
A Wisdom Keeper is someone who lives an authentic life, shows up and knows what he or she wants and how to get it. These elders are considered wise because they have been able to connect the dots in their life and learn from all their life experiences. They are self-aware and able to self-correct, when necessary.
By contrast, an old man or an old woman is someone just waiting to die. They are not very self-aware and most of what they do is to try to stay in their comfort zone. They do not like change or uncertainty. They silently worry about their future and often worry about their children and other loved ones. To paraphrase Henry David Thoreau, “The mass of men and women lead lives of quiet desperation.”
Barry Weinhold, PhD
Molly Lord, MA
Here is what participants will learn:
- A personal connection with your inner Wisdom Keeper.
- What your inner authentic Wisdom Keeper looks like.
- A rite of passage ceremony into eldership that allows you to fully claim your power as a Wisdom Keeper.
- Through your favorite music, reconnect with the YOU that you may have left behind in your youth, while chasing your potential that you now can actualize.
- The perfection of the twists and turns your life has taken, as well as the music, key people, unexpected happenings, and insights you’ve connected with along your lifetime journey.
- What music has reached you deeply and has given your journey the most support?
- What is your legacy? Learn how you can create the legacy that you want people to remember you for.
- The ultimate outcome of this workshop is create a safe and confidential place where you can explore and embrace your inner power as a Wisdom Keeper.
$30 donation per person (includes a catered lunch and snacks)
Friday, 3/5/2020, 7 pm – 9:30 pm AND Saturday, 3/6/2020 10 am – 5:30 pm
This workshop is limited to the first 18 people who register. Don’t get left out; register soon.