The constant uncertainty of the past year seems to have spun up everyone’s insecurity, creating a secondary pandemic of anxiety, loneliness, and discouragement. But what if there was a simple solution to insecurity – a way to move forward in with relative confidence, lightness, and ease regardless of what’s going on in the world?
What if our insecurities were simply the result of not realizing that we’re never more than one thought away from solid ground?
“Space and silence are two aspects of the same thing. The same no-thing. They are externalization of inner space and inner silence, which is stillness: the infinitely creative womb of all existence.” – Eckhart Tolle
We’ll be exploring:
- A simple but profound explanation of how the mind works
- A radical new understanding of human emotion
- The true source of wellbeing and why it seems to come and go as circumstances change
- Why an uncertain future can actually help us to move forward with less pressure and more confidence
- The wise guidance that reveals itself while experiencing stillness and peace of mind
- How to become a master of hope
Date: Monday March 1st
Session One: 3pm-6pm UK (7am-10am PT)
Session Two: 7:30pm-10pm UK (11:30am-2pm PT)
Recordings: You will get lifetime access to the video recordings and downloadable audio files of the workshop
BONUS: You’ll get instant access to the full day workshop ‘Beyond Belief’
What Michael has to say about Dicken:
“When I first met Dicken Bettinger, I remember remarking to my wife on what a lovely man he was. When I finally spent some time getting to know him, I realized his ‘loveliness’ came out of an incredible depth of insight into what life is and where it comes from.
Every time we teach together, I’m reminded of how different it is to live from the deepest place inside ourselves than to just ‘talk about thought’. My own level of aliveness and insight starts to rise, and I leave more in love with life than ever before.”
What Dicken has to say about Michael:
“Michael makes me laugh. And not just because he is entertaining, which he is, but because he talks from a place within that is full of lightness and humor. Perhaps every bone in his body is a funny bone.
But what I know is he has an uncanny ability to poke fun at our humanity in a way that allows me and others to laugh at our bumbling humanness. And he points toward the space within of our lighthearted magnificence, which tickles our funny bones when we recognize the truth of that.”