Thu, Feb 11|
Hera Hub Executive Conference Room
Afternoon of R.E.S.T.™: The Art of Letting Go (1)
Do you struggle with patterns of confusion, chaos and dis-ease? Join us and discover the first steps to access the core conflict and overcome these challenges. Virginia will unpack the anatomy of these patterns as we explore Rangoli, a therapeutic art form originating from India.
Time & Location
Feb 11, 2021, 12:00 PM – 4:00 PM PST
Hera Hub Executive Conference Room, 16480 Bake Parkway, Irvine, CA, USA
About the Event
Finding the solution to any problem leads to asking the fundamental questions, "How, What and Why." During our Afternoon of R.E.S.T.™, we address the primary question of "Why". Think about it...when we were children and were asked to do something, our first question was "Why?". We innately knew that the what and how were irrelevant without first having context for the why. It was not a question of disobedience, but one of natural curiosity. The reason for this is the laws of nature and the self-evident truth that speak to our natural affections were in play.
The Afternoon of R.E.S.T.™ is about helping you understand the things you know and gaining a deeper knowledge of things you intuitively understand. It's about reconciling the disparity between the stories we tell ourselves and the stories woven into the tapestry of our anatomy. Virginia Dixon unpacks this by introducing The Reconstitution Method - an invitation to explore truth and experience freedom. For deeper insight, consider joining Virginia for a Day of R.E.S.T.™ which delves deeper into how The Reconstitution Method works and what practical steps we must take to dispel the causes of confusion, chaos and dis-ease in our lives.
Additionally, we welcome Vani Shiroor as she utilizes the beautiful, Indian art of Rangoli to help us bring about stillness, increase our awareness of control and focus, and experience the freedom of letting go of past hurts.
*Lunch and Evox Scan included
Afternoon of R.E.S.T.™
Registration includes Lunch, Evox scan and Interactive Lecture