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Writing Ourselves Alive, CC 8/24

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Marc Lesser
Roger Housden
with Marc Lesser and Roger Housden
Saturday, August 24, 2013
9 am - 4 pm

Conference Center at 308 Page Street

The inner life appears on the page in many forms, and at its heart is the quest for truth.

This workshop uses the raw material of your life to reveal the deeper intelligence of your inner journey. We explore in writing what lies in your heart, your aspirations and fears, your ways of seeing both your past and your present. We give form to some of the images that have lived in your mind and imagination for decades, and have helped to shape who you are, and who you are becoming. With a variety of exercises, you are encouraged to reach down into the events and themes of your life to find the deeper layers of wisdom and healing that lie within them.

Together, we provide a relaxed and nonjudgmental space in which to share your work and receive supportive feedback.

Fee: $80; $72 current SFZC members; $64 limited income. Fee includes organic vegetarian lunch. Some partial scholarships available; see About Registration, Scholarships, and Cancellations.

To Register: Use the ticket table below. Or call our toll free number (888.743.9362) or our local number (415.475.9362).


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Marc Lesser
Marc Lesser, iis the CEO and a co-founder of Search Inside Yourself Leadership Institute (SIYLI), a company dedicated to promoting world peace through transforming organizational culture and supporting the development of enlightened leaders worldwide. The core program, developed at Google, offers training in mindfulness-based emotional intelligence grounded in science.

Roger Housden
Roger Housden is an inspirational speaker and author of twenty books on art, travel, and poetry, all of which ask deep questions about the way we live and encourage us to live up to the best that we are. His latest book is Twenty Poems to Bless Your Marriage and One to Save It (Shambhala, December 2012). His work has been featured often in Oprah Magazine, The New York Times, and the Los Angeles Times. You can find him at www.rogerhousden.com