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Relationship as Spiritual Practice

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 5000 Sir Francis Drake Blvd Woodacre CA 94973  See map

Relationships can be a source of great joy and awakening in which the most difficult challenges are used for growth and for opening the heart. This may sound like a fantasy, yet experience in our own marriage, as well as experience with hundreds of couples we have worked with, shows us that conscious, loving relations are possible.

These relationships are a profound opportunity to take the genuine spiritual journey of letting go of the conditioned self and of opening to the vast heart of compassion.

However, partnerships of this quality do not occur by accident. A few essential principles and skills can transform relationships into spiritual practice. In this workshop, we'll share these essential tools through group discussion, experiential exercises and guided meditations. These tools are valuable for partnerships, for family relationships and for friendships; workable on your own or for use in therapeutic settings.

Debra Chamberlin-Taylor and George Taylor have been together for 25 years, they are licensed marriage and family counselors and long-time meditators. They co-facilitate the Courage to Love relationship groups and retreats. Debra has 26 years of experience as a retreat and group facilitator, co-founded Inside/Outside Vision Quests, and teaches meditation nationally. George is a national leader in the Men's community movement and author of Talking with Our Brothers. His spiritual practice combines meditation, creativity, activism in deep ecology and humor.

Teachings are appropriate for individuals as well as health care professionals. Continuing Education (CE) credit available.

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