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Wednesday, April 5 • 7:00pm - 8:30pm
Healing The Wounds Of Life

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This is a 3 part workshop beginning at 2:00pm and ending at 8:00pm with breaks for snacks and dinner. 

Due to the sensitive and indepth nature of this workshop it is not possible to join the Self Worth Workshop after it has started.  You will need to be there pretty much at the beginning. 

If you are not sure which day-long workshop you wish to attend, and you wish to check-out the Self Worth workshop, please come at the beginning.  You will be able to know within an hour whether you wish to stay with this workshop for the day.
Virtually all of us have been wounded – whether it was once or twice, occasionally, or regularly. For most of us, these wounds impact our lives in both subtle & profound ways. We want to live our lives as radiant examples of how to live on the planet. We want to become aware of, and develop an ongoing connection with our higher selves, but we find that we are blocked by fears of lack of self worth. Sometimes we try to prove we are worthy, but nothing ever seems to be enough. In spiritual practice, many of us find frequent opportunities to experience guilt. We promise ourselves that we are going to do a certain practice every day, or that we will stop doing some habit that we perceive to be demoting or unhealthy, and then find that we are not able to do (or not do) the thing we promised ourselves. Then we call ourselves names, feel like we failed, are “no good,” etc. 

Join us for a transformational workshop which will transform that negative voice into one of positive self-love.


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Sat Santokh Singh

Sat Santokh is a leader in the field of transformational social change workshops, and the application of yogic technology to living in the world while caring about it deeply. A former manager of the Grateful Dead, he is the senior Kundalini Yoga teacher in the San Francisco Bay Area. After leading workshops for over thirty-five years, he has spent the last ten years working on self worth issues and how to effectively address them.

Wednesday April 5, 2017 7:00pm - 8:30pm
Yoga Patio