THE STORIES WE TELL OURSELVES (HYBRID)
October 30 @ 1:00 pm - 3:30 pm
We’re storytelling animals, and we create stories to help us make sense of life and give us a framework for our decisions, whether personal, professional, or spiritual. But those stories can sometimes turn on us—especially the negative ones—and become self-limiting when they come up against life’s primary goal: Grow. And when they be-come lies of identity—I am what I do, I am what I have, I am what other people think of me. Stories become opinions become beliefs become behaviors. We don’t just tell stories—they tell us. And until the core perceptions at the heart of our stories are con-fronted, and perhaps deconstructed or updated, the behavior that grows out of them won’t change.
Facilitated by Gregg LeVoy
Register (10/9 – 10/30) at: Center for Spiritual Living – San Jose | Classes & Workshops (cslsj.org)
Zoom link to be provide upon registration.