And we can understand that sentiment because the mind is designed for survival. It is not interested in our overall happiness, joy, health and well-being. It’s number one goal is self-preservation not the fulfillment of dreams and living an extraordinary life.
So, this statement begs the question who should the mind serve? What is inside of us that can better direct the power and creative forces of the mind? How do we use the mind to its greatest potential serving in its rightful place?
And most importantly, once we’ve answered these questions how will that impact our lives and practical day-to-day living? Join us for a reflective workshop set against the beautiful and pristine Icelandic background, where myths, legends, and natural wonders abound. We will explore the outer beauty of Iceland in a way that lends itself to understanding our pristine inner magnificence!
When you take “Mastering Our Minds”, you will:
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