Diversity: Let the River Flow

Let the River Flow
September 21-December 14
Mondays, 6:30-8:00 PM

“Let the River Flow holds weekly conversations that strengthen cognitive acuity, cultivate spiritual growth and build community connections.

Bahia Yackzan, Diversity Educator and Core Alignment Coach Specialist, leads each conversation with neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) questions that increase awareness, acceptance, and clarity; that draw-out participants’ insights; and that illuminate our choices to more consciously align our words, feelings, and actions with our values.

The theme for Fall 2020 Let the River Flow series is inspired by words of the late Honorable Congressman John Lewis, as a springboard for examining what our own soul’s work could be in these times. Revisiting selected phrases from John Lewis, and other authors will support the flow of our imaginations, will help clarify our individual and collective visions, and will amplify our love and respect for the broader community.

Designed as a healing antidote for these very tough times, some common results include

 ~Increased peace of mind (reduced anxiety)
~Self-Expression of ideas rarely articulated
~Renewing spiritual life
~Joyful connection with others

INSTRUCTOR(S): Bahia Yackzan
DATE/TIME: Mondays, 6:30 – 8:30 pm (Resumes Jan. 27th, 2020)
LOCATION: The Gallery
COST: $30 per is suggested.
Bahia offers these sessions on a sliding scale. All offerings have ample scholarship funding and requests are kept confidential.
Cost is never a barrier to participation. Contact Elisa Stone regarding scholarship assistance.
If you have any questions about this weekly opportunity to take a few deep breaths, to listen and respond to guiding, structured questions with others in an attentive, non-judgemental atmosphere, please email Bahia at byackzan@gmail.com.
Register here or email Elisa Stone: elisa@dccpres.org

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