Richard Moss, MD

Richard is an international spiritual teacher and visionary thinker. He has guided students from all over the world into increasing spiritual maturity, helping people of many disciplines and backgrounds to honor their own essential spirituality and become more authentically and fully human. His work has inspired changes of consciousness in healthcare, business and teaching organizations. The teachings of Richard are a contemporary psychology of consciousness, that stands squarely in the lineage of the great wisdom traditions. He is the author of The I That is We, How Shall I Live, The Second Miracle and others.

Saturday, April 22
The Power of Awareness
-Richard Moss-
Ballroom 2:00pm to 3:00pm

So many of us live burdened lives. We are recurrently captured by the same old struggles, the same distressing feelings. This emotional morass is not something that exists at all outside of how poorly adapted our minds are to being in the present. This is why to work on our emotions and not understand the power of our awareness is a fruitless task. When we understand the power of awareness to be in relationship to anything whatsoever that we are experiencing, we have discovered the true elixir that can set us free.

Goal: To simplify our understanding of our minds, and begin to exercise the self-transcending power of the soul.

Learning Objectives:
*Learn to orient awareness to the Now,
*Develop a conscious, empathic connection between self and Self, and
*Embody presence.

Saturday, April 22
The Power of Awareness: Learning to Live More Consistently in the Now
-Richard Moss-
Ballroom 3:30pm to 5:00pm

Beginning with several simple, yet powerful meditations and experiential processes, then discussion around the nature of awareness as an intrinsically self-transcending capacity. He feels at this point in our evolution that most of us are ready for a more receptive and feminine approach to transformation as compared to a masculine, self-directed process of personal growth. He will share a very simple yet powerful model for living more consistently in the Now by understanding the four ways the mind tends to leave the Now.

Goal: To deepen our capacity to claim our real selves in any situation. Learning Objectives:
*To simplify our understanding of embodying our essence,
*To create nourishing and mutually honoring relationships, and
*To orient ourselves into "the wind of grace."


CEs Available:

This conference is approved for CEUs through the National Board of Certified Counselors.

We can also issue you a Certificate of Attendance for submitting to other Boards.

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