Free Online Info Session on 6-Week Untethered Soul Course with Laurie Arron
April 29 @ 6:45 pm - 8:45 pmFree
This is an introduction to the 6-week course that will run from May 13 – June 17.
Register for the info session: eventbrite.ca/e/free-info-session-for-untethered-soul-course-registration-7996968147
There is a fountain of joy inside you.
Of love. Of ecstasy.
In his NY Times bestselling book The Untethered Soul, Michael (Mickey) Singer presents a compelling explanation of why, instead of joy, we feel fear, we feel unease, we don’t feel okay. The reason is we cling to what is pleasant and avoid what is unpleasant. Every time we do that, we create internal blockages. We create so many that we are repeatedly triggered and bothered.
What can you do each day to discover the natural joy and serenity that is within you, always?
. . . Learn to let go of resistance!
The thing is, letting go is hard. It goes against everything we’ve been taught about how to be happy.
In the 6-week course we will learn exactly how we create blockages and how to practise letting them go. As we practice, more and more we can become the person we want to be.
In this online info session, Laurie will give an introduction to the Untethered Soul teachings and the 6-week course, including short guided meditations, exercises and Q&A. It’s a great way to learn about the power of letting go.
Teacher: Laurie Arron
Laurie is a long-time mindfulness meditation teacher and a member of Thich Nhat Hanh’s Order of Interbeing. After reading The Untethered Soul, Laurie travelled to the Temple of the Universe in northern Florida to meet Mickey Singer in person. His stays there have given him added insight into how to practice Mickey’s teachings.
Laurie was the Managing Director of the Centre for Mindfulness Studies, and was Director of Advocacy for national LGBTQ equality group Egale Canada, and Executive Director of the Green Party of Canada.
6-Week Course: May 13 – June 17 – More info
6:45 – 8:45 pm
Live online by Zoom video conference
Free Info Session: April 29, 6:45 – 8:45 pm. Please RSVP here.
“The Great Way is not difficult for those who have no preferences.”
– The Third Zen Patriarch