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ance of your own being as it dances with the radiance of those you meet face-to-face.


CE credit for MFTs and LCSWs; see page 113.


Karishma Deanna Darby is a licensed psychothera- pist in the Sierra foothills, specializing in somatic psychotherapy. A certified massage therapist for 20 years, her passion is bringing together mind, body, and heart to create the opportunity for profound self-understanding and greater ease.


Gratitude and Forgiveness: Deepening into The Embodied Life™


Russell Delman


During this five-day seminar, you will experi- ence direct, enjoyable, and reliable practices for inviting embodied presence. You can uncover the natural meditation of “just sitting” as you learn to walk through the doorway of embodi- ment.


We will also work directly with the thinking and feeling patterns that interfere with our nat- ural radiance. Growing our capacity for grati- tude and forgiveness is central to this transfor-


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mation. Research confirms the life-giving influ- ence of these mind states. We can experience practices which can change fear into love, resentment into forgiveness, and disappoint- ment into gratitude.


Please see the description for The Embodied Life™: Meditation, Guided Inquiry and the Teachings of Moshe Feldenkrais, August 17-19, for a full description of the work.


Participants are welcome to register for this five- day seminar only or combine it with the week- end workshop, August 17-19.


If the only prayer you say in your life is ‘thank you,’ that would suffice. —Meister Eckhart


CE credit for bodyworkers; see page 113. Leader bio on page 39.


Core Zero Balancing—Part I Fritz Smith


Zero Balancing (ZB) is a nondiagnostic system of healing which clarifies and coordinates ener- gy fields in the body, balances body energy with


body structure, and focuses on bone energy and the skeletal system. Science has shown that energy and matter are fundamentally coupled; psychology has shown that the mind and body are interconnected. ZB embodies both perspec- tives. It is based on the experience that balanc- ing the body’s energy with its structure has a direct positive effect on physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual health. Imbalances often lead to loss of vitality, chronic pain, and decreased potential for vibrant health. The body’s structural/energetic interface is beneath conscious awareness. When imbalances occur at this level, the body tends to compensate around them rather than resolve them. Rooted in both Eastern healing and energy and Western medi- cine and science, ZB brings unique touch and relevant design to overcome imbalanced pat- terns.


This program, part one of a two-part Core Zero Balancing series, is the entry level program. Didactic and experiential, it is open to all health care professionals. The workshop will teach newcomers how to perform a complete hands- on session, and for the experienced it will deep-


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