02/10/2018 10:00 am - 3:00 pm Bortin Hall
Do you feel dissatisfied because you long for a life you do not have? Are you beset by longings for things you cannot have? Are you unable to appreciate what is because of your longing for what can be? If so, please consider attending our seminar with David Richo, a nationally renown author and speaker whose work has brought comfort and calm to many people over the years.
Renowned author, spiritual teacher and counselor David Richo will return to MDUUC on February 10 to talk about the subject of one of his recent books. Here is a description from The Five Longings: If you’ve ever had a vague sense that something’s missing from your life, congratulations: That longing for something better is a sign of being fully human, fully alive. But what’s even more wonderful, according to Dave Richo, is that when you identify and carefully examine the things you long for—like love, meaning, freedom, happiness, and growth—you not only discover deep truths about yourself, but you also find that the things you long for were never really “missing” at all. He provides enlightening advice and practices for accessing just this kind of profound self-discovery, illustrated by a wealth of examples from depth psychology, religion, and literature. Our longings in fact point to the presence of something transcendent in us, he shows. In seeking something better, we are seeking that which we already are.
Bring a bag lunch (dessert and beverages provided). Please register.
David Richo has been a guest presenter at MDUUC and participants have found his deep knowledge of psychology and spirituality enlightening and engaging. Give yourself a gift and attend this important seminar – and share the light by bringing a friend.
Bring a bag lunch. Desserts and beverages will be provided.
$50 Suggested donation
Online Registration is closed, please register at the event.