Dr. Robert Leichtman, M.D. Classes: February & March, 2020 in California
 

LEICHTMAN CLASSES Feb. 29 & Mar 1, 2020 in Santa Barbara and Ventura, CA

The following are two new all-day (9 a.m. to 5 p.m.) classes by Robert Leichtman, M.D. in Santa Barbara and Ventura, California.

Saturday, February 29, 2020 - Santa Barbara
ENLIGHTENED AGING FOR THE SPIRIT-MINDED A seminar taught by Robert R. Leichtman, M.D.

This class will discuss on the aging process differs for the spirit-minded versus the nonspirit-minded. This includes:

  1. How the spirit-minded can and should reject common misconceptions from mass consciousness about the aging process.
  2. What are the primary purposes of the physical body for the spirit-minded, and how to they change throughout a lifetime? What are the ways to optimize its health and well-being?
  3. What does it mean to have a spirit-centered body of emotions, and can this be developed at any age? What are the emotions most worth cultivating for this purpose?
  4. How does aging influence an enlightened mind that serves spirit? What are the principle tools it develops for effective innovation in its activities?
  5. How does the soul view aging? What are its missions over a lifetime? How do we invoke its purposes and power to work through us?

Sunday, March 1, 2020 - Ventura
DEVELOPING THE SPIRIT OF SELF-DISCOVERY FOR PERSONAL HEALING, ENLIGHTENED CHANGE, & A BETTER FUTURE A seminar taught by Robert R. Leichtman, M.D.

This class will discuss on the aging process differs for the spirit-minded versus the nonspirit-minded. This includes:

  1. What do we mean by self-discovery, and how can we use it for our personal healing and enlightenment as well as how we plan for our future?
  2. What tools, skills, and activities are needed for effective self-discovery?
  3. What are the opportunities for self-discovery in a typical day?
  4. How does self-discovery assist us in our personal healing and growth—especially for our major traumas and challenges? How does this process at the personal level inform us about managing the problems inherent in society?
  5. How do we habitually resist or blind ourself to the process self-discovery? How do prominent groups (religion, academia, politics) in society also resist self-discovery?
  6. What are examples of how the process of self-discovery leads to significant breakthroughs in personal health, healing major psychological problems, improvement in careers, and in societal change.

Tuition: $125 for each class. $20 extra for CD recordings, each class

For reservations and instructions to the site of each class: Contact the office of Dr. Kwako at (805) 565-3959

 
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