Gestalt Process Group
Nov
21
10:00 AM10:00

Gestalt Process Group

Gestalt Process Group

Bay Area Gestalt Institute

Through the exploration of mindful awareness, community support, self-support, and boundaries, we are inviting group participants to explore a deepening of contact with ourselves and others. Our group does not have a single theme. We invite group members to bring all parts of themselves and notice what is present in the current moment. We believe that noticing and honoring our differences is essential in making meaningful contact with self and others. Thus, there is no “type” of group member we are looking for, and no “right or wrong” way to be in the group – whether we are talking about difference in race, gender, sexuality, expression of yourself (introverted or extro- verted) or physical ability, just to name a few. We want to provide a safe place where all people are welcome and honored.

We hope to provide a place for members to find and give support, explore what happens when a range of emotions emerge, and notice how we impact or are impacted by others. We will invite several forms of exploration, including personal, interpersonal and dream work.

Cost: $50 per person per group (we want a variety of people in this group—including economic status, so if you have trouble affording $50 per group but you are definite- ly interested in joining please contact us anyway and we can dis- cuss a sliding scale fee)

Location: Zazen at 2219 Filbert St, San Francisco, CA 94123

Time: Tuesday 9:30am – 11:00am

Starting: November or mid-No- vember 2016 depending on partic- ipant availability.

We look forward to meeting you and noticing the quality of our contact.  If you are interested, please contact:

Margaret at 415-702-1588 or email:margaretgoodwinmfti@gmail.com

Keith at 415-548-1963 or email:packertherapy@gmail.com

Group Size Limited to 8. Register soon! For more information go to www.bagisf.org

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Finding Grace in the Midst of Hardship: A Sufi Perspective
Jul
22
1:00 PM13:00

Finding Grace in the Midst of Hardship: A Sufi Perspective

Finding Grace in the Midst of Hardship: A Sufi Perspective

We are living in challenging times. You may be facing anxiety over the loss of health insurance. You may be in fear for your safety and security. Or you may be distraught over loss of relationships because of political differences. You long for peace, but the stress never ends.

We look for peace by trying to change the circumstances on the outside - “ If I only had...”, “if only they would... ”. But focusing on the outside, expecting change, only brings heartache and more fear.

The only way to lasting peace is to journey inside - to discover the light that dwells within and develop a peace in your heart that does not waver despite life's challenges. This may sound impossible, but the Grace of God is showering down on you in every moment. It rains down from the heavens and streams out from your heart. It is neither deserved or earned. It is just there.

When we open to this grace, peace is possible.

This workshop will use teachings and practices from the Sufi tradition to teach you how to receive this grace and live with a peaceful heart. It will address the questions and issues of both beginners and those experienced on a spiritual path.

The workshop is open to all.

"Finding Grace in Hardship" will be taught by Rahima Schmall, Ph.D. Rahima is a founding faculty member of the University of Spiritual Healing and Sufism. She is a master teacher and healer in the Sufi tradition as well as a registered nurse and clinical psychologist. For over thirty years she has blending counseling, medical knowledge and spirituality to help people achieve the healing and peace they long for. She currently lives in Santa Fe, NM where she is the Department Chair for a Masters in Counseling program.

Please join us Saturday, July 22nd from 1-5 pm at Zazen SF, 2219 Filbert Street in San Francisco

Suggested contribution is $50, and no one will be turned away for lack of funds. Light refreshments will be served. Metered street parking is available, as are nearby parking garages. Fragrance free please.

Registration: www.PayPal.Me/SSCBayArea/50

Questions? Please email Kimberly at kimberlyisyoung@gmail.com

If you are not able to join Rahima Schmall in person, we are pleased to be able to offer the option for you to attend online via zoom classroom, or to be able to listen to the workshop afterwards via recording. If you would like to join remotely, please use the link below to call in or attend online. If you are unable to attend in real time but would like a copy of the recordings, please email kimberlyisyoung@gmail.com and I will send you a copy of the recordings after the class is completed. Donations for the speaker gratefully accepted from those attending remotely.

Join the class from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android: https://zoom.us/j/745573725

Or iPhone one-tap (US Toll):  +16465588656,,745573725# or +14086380968,,745573725#

Or Telephone:

    Dial: +1 646 558 8656 (US Toll) or +1 408 638 0968 (US Toll)

    Meeting ID: 745 573 725

    International numbers available: https://zoom.us/zoomconference?m=IXzPXj0GO4SldM3BV5VIWAJcK-RmsbUK

 

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