Participants will learn to recognize and gain some leverage with the part of the personality known as the “inner critic.” It often shows up as we contemplate doing something new and spiritually challenging. It can be confused with the Guide, can sound like an authority figure, and can sow doubt and uncertainty. We can learn how our own critic works, and how to distinguish it from the loving energy of the Guide. In these times, we need any tool we can find to help us gain clarity about the way forward! Limit of 23 participants.
Program schedule: 6:00pm – 7:30pm, March 1, 3, and 5, 2021
NB: All scheduled sessions are Eastern Time (US & Canada).
Christine Wolff has been involved with Quakers for most of her adult life, and is a member of Framingham Friends Meeting in Massachusetts. She is a psychologist, currently in private practice, who has also worked at and led workshops at community agencies. Along the way, she has studied Buddhist meditation, transpersonal psychology, and many other schools of psychological thought. Her main interest is in the ways in which personality and the spiritual journey impact each other. She is a student of the Diamond Approach, a path that incorporates psychology and spirituality as parts of a unified whole.
Financial aid may be available. If you are seeking funds to participate in this program, click to review and complete our Financial Assistance Application and a Pendle Hill staff member will follow-up with you shortly (please do NOT register online). Thank you for your interest.