Rhinebeck, New York (PressExposure) March 27, 2009 -- How often does it feel as if we are waiting in the noise of our culture for a deeper recognizance, meaning, and valuation of ourself?
Yet, while our community stands ready to define, confine, and control us as women, mothers, men, fathers, and significant others, we can learn to embrace the option of seeing ourself naked ... stripped of social roles and obligations, to reveal the reflection of our true Self.
This workshop can help us get there.
Inspired by the comedian, Adrienne Zurub and her remarkable book, "Notes From the Mothership The Naked Invisibles," we get to know the elusive "me" within each of us, the Self that is buried beneath the many layers and needs of others.
Come ... excavate your familiar unknown.
"Notes From the Mothership The Self I Think I Am" Weekend Workshop @ Omega Instititue August 28--30, 2009
125 Lake Drive Rhinebeck, New York (just 2 hours outside the Big Apple-New York City)
Register: 800.944.1001 [http://eomega.org/omega/workshops/e1c6613d2435d5394144ae254cbed27e/]