Living More Gently with Yourself, Even Amidst the Chaos

  • Tue, June 11, 2024
  • 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM
  • Online

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Living gently is a courageous path that can heal you, strengthen you, and transform life as you know it. In this program, Dr. Jan Lundy will offer tender guidance, reflective exercises, and meaningful conversation about how to "live well with ourselves" just as we are. Together, we'll explore how living gently is not a path of meek­ness, but one that requires resolve and boundless compassion to accept "what is"-the unsettling truth of human experience with dignity and grace. Making choices sourced in self­ kindness, feeling and "being enough;' letting go and letting be, are just a few of the trails we'll travel.

Cancellations are non-refundable within 48 hours of this event.

Dr. Jan Lundy is the Gerald May Professor of Spiritual Direction and Counseling at The Graduate Theological Foundation. She is a long-term interfaith spiritual director in private practice and the author of sev­eral spiritual growth books including Living Gently with Myself: A 30- Day Guidebook.  As the founder and director of The Metta Center, she trains spiritual companions in the art of grief companioning.

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