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National West Coast Workshop in Berkeley CA
April 13, 2019 - April 14, 2019
Sensocacry Awareness – Trusting Our Living Ground
In a world that may seem unstable on a large scale and filled with distractions close up, what could be more important than finding our own ground — a ground we trust and can act from, strengthening our integrity rather than feeling it undermined.
When the senses attune to the dependable tug of gravity, when we wake up to the support that the earth offers, we learn to find our own dynamic balance with increasing confidence. Ordinary actions, like lifting a glass of water or shaking hands, become opportunities to regain trust in our own experience and response-ability. In the immediacy and intimacy of the moment fully met, preoccupations can fall away, and we step into new situations and relationships with a renewed sense of ease.
The workshop in Berkeley will be led by long-time Bay Area Sensory Awareness Leaders Lee Klinger Lesser, Richard Lowe, Connie Smith Siegel, Len Shemin, Jill Harris, Eugene Tashima, and Sensory Awareness Leaders Guild president Enric Bruguera from Palafrugell, Spain.