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medals that change colors, and magic wands are some of the projects you might choose. Many ideas will be presented, but you will be encour- aged to find your own voice. Glass is a gorgeous medium and very seductive, so you may want to leave the world of thought behind and immerse yourself in its colors, textures, and forms. Whatever your heart’s desire, the work- shop is designed to help you take your highest spiritual intention and transform it into a beau- tiful material form.


($40 materials fee paid directly to the leader)


Dana Zed has been fusing glass into art for three decades. A pioneer in the field, she has abundant experience in many artistic aspects and media. Zed Studio creates fine art sculpture, and public and private commissions. She exhibits and is published worldwide. www.danazed.com.


Eat by Choice, Not by Habit: Bring Consciousness to Your Eating Experience


Sylvia Haskvitz


Food is a basic human need. But what if you are caught in cycles of over consumption or emo-


tional eating? Are you tired of the struggle, tired of trying every new diet and not finding sustain- able relief? Are you ready to make peace with your body and food?


Using Marshall Rosenberg’s powerful Nonviolent (Compassionate) Communication process, this workshop helps you uncover the past and present messages that underlie your eating patterns. You will be shown practical strategies for developing a healthier relationship with your body and food, and the group will explore what is keeping you from having the kind of relationship with food that you would like and support one another in making change.


During the workshop you will: • Uncover the needs of your inner critic • Practice skills of self-connection


• Translate your “should” messages into your “wants”


• Insert a pause between stimulus and response when emotions are triggered


• Transform self-judgments and judgments of others into underlying needs


• Recognize your emotional and physical body’s needs


• Observe the triggers for eating more than your body would like


• Differentiate between a need for food and using food as a strategy to meet other needs


• Practice a “power with” relationship with food


• Increase your capacity to say “no” with compassion


• Support others on their food journeys ($30 materials fee paid directly to the leader)


CE credit for nurses; see page 113. CE credit for MFTs and LCSWs; see page 113.


Sylvia Haskvitz, MA, RD, is a certified NVC trainer and nutritionist, and author of Eat by Choice, Not by Habit. She offers Nonviolent Communication training and Eat by Choice workshops worldwide. She cares about what goes into your mouth and what comes out of it.www.eatbychoice.net.


The Shift: Living in the Flow Jim Dreaver with Lee Chiacos


The shift is like a zen satori. It is a moment of true awakening, when you become aware of awareness itself, aware that the world between


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