Date & Time
9:30 am - 5:30 pm
“Hard times are not to be feared, for they provide the true test of our alignment, our faith, and of our ability to land on our feet with our heads and hearts still intact.” Rick Jarow
In this workshop you are taken through a step-by-step process for building a career that resonates with your deepest levels of integrity, passion, and purpose. Dr. Jarow works with you to find your next step, to transform your intuitions into action, to create and receive support for your visions, and to find the motivation and discipline necessary to develop your authentic vocation. Throughout the workshop, you will work with a meditative format that applies internal exercises (based on the chakra system) to issues that are central to successfully establishing your work in the world.
Creating the Work You Love offers:
- A guide to transitioning through major life and career changes
- A radical, holistic approach to Your Life’s Work
- Effective methods for focusing and goal-setting
- Risk-assessment techniques for building a business or personal practice
- Ways to develop a career that reflects your heart’s compassion and your soul’s courage
A One-Day Workshop
Sunday, November 17, 2019, 9:30 am – 5:30 pm
$180 (Members & Nonmembers) Early Bird rate of $155 expires on 10/4
This program can be taken individually or as part of the Integrative Sound & Music Training program.
New York Open Center
E.H. Rick Jarow, Ph.D. has transformed the way the world thinks about their work, purpose and vocation. As the pioneer of the anti-career movement and author of Creating the Work You Love, he has helped thousands open to their intuition, transform their values into action, and answer their true calling. In the last few years, Rick’s work has centered around the art and science of manifestation (as offered in his book and workshop, The Alchemy of Abundance). Similar to his work in career and vocation, these teachings transcend overly simplistic approaches. They dive deeper – into the alchemical possibilities of loving what is, recognizing your greater purpose and moving towards your own healed vision, on both an individual and a cultural level.