The evening of our lives offers different trials and triumphs than early adulthood. By now, we have learned that we cannot control what happens to us and our loved ones, but we can choose how we respond to these circumstances. We can transform the inevitable physical, psychological, and spiritual challenges of aging into opportunities for growth and satisfaction. In the following class sessions, we will primarily focus on how cultivating the virtues (yamas) of truthfulness (satya) and non-attachment (aparigraha) can help us deal with hurt and loss to increase peace and joy.
- 12th – Tell it Like it Is (and Was)
- 19th — Shed Past and Present Excess Baggage
Come ready to reflect, to share, and to harmonize your inner and outer relationships.
The cost for the two class sessions is $40 and can be paid at the first session. Register by emailing us here. Please bring paper and a pen.
Berta Parrish, Ed.D, is a retired college educator, writer, and a certified Conscious Aging Facilitator with a strong background in Jungian and Archetypal Psychology. She has published articles on spiritual journaling, women’s issues, and Eldering ceremonies. Berta also offers Practical Jung, Elder Tales, and Myths Women Live By workshops. Her book Wise Woman’s Way: A Guide to Growing Older with Purpose and Purpose guides women through this initiatory experience.