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The Open Center gratefully acknowledges all of our past and present Members. Special thanks to Pamela Hoiles, Sitara Kohli, Al Sayegh and Diane Scire-Iadanza for their generous support.
Special Events Free for Open Center Members
Mirabai will read from her new book, Walking Each Other Home: Conversations on Loving and Dying, which she co-authored with Ram Dass, and talk about her experience of writing it. "The secret of dying is the secret of living, which is to be in the present moment."
With so much intelligence as a species, why do humans continue to fight and wage war? Joe Weston presents a framework and set of body-based skills that have been effectively applied across the globe from the Middle East to Europe to North America to avoid conflict and step into more creative, dynamic relationships.
Just as the body is able to heal itself so can the mind. Traya (three in sanskrit) is so named because it is a mind, body, spirit practice that provides a new way of engaging with the subtle body, healing the chakras and purifying the mind.
Mama Donna Henes
Join urban shaman Donna Henes as we gather to celebrate the April Full Moon. Pink Moon is the name used by the Iroquois Pearly Peoples to describe this moon of the early spring season, which is tender, sweet and tentative, fragile and raw like a newborn baby or the buds that first appear on the branches of trees and bushes.
VitaminR’s VisionWorking Series Hacking Imposter Syndrome: Optimizing Your Brain for Confidence & Action
Join us in VitaminR’s kick off event to learn how to hack your Impostor Syndrome as our experts share with us strategies to train your brain for optimal outcomes, build confidence and take action.
It’s often said addiction is a spiritual malady - a disease of the soul. Treatment for addiction is finally being redefined with this crucial awareness in mind, as programs around the world try to incorporate spiritual programming into more traditional medical and psychological approaches.
Join us as the Capricorn Full Moon asks us to recognize our authentic calling, and allow our self-esteem to be healed. On any full moon, the Sun and Moon are exactly opposite each other, seeking balance, as Luna illuminates the parts of our subconscious that relate to the issues of the sign she is in.