Letter: Attitudinal Healing workshop
Thank you to the more than 150 people who came to the Aspen Chapel on a very snowy Monday night to welcome Jerry Jampolsky and Diane Cirincione-Jampolsky to Aspen. Jerry and Diane spoke to us about opening a center for Attitudinal Healing for our valley, based on their successful program and flagship operation in Sausalito and more than 20 countries worldwide (www.ahinternational.org).
This is an amazing opportunity for our community to bring a proven program, frequently called Buddhism in action, to our lives. The goal of Attitudinal Healing is not to change behavior but to retrain the most powerful instrument of change we possess, our own mind.
The Aspen Spiritual Center has agreed to take the lead as partners with Attitudinal Healing International to do all of the administration and legwork to make this successful program happen in the Roaring Fork Valley.
We invite all of you who attended and anyone else who is interested to join us on May 27 for our first Attitudinal Healing workshop, based on Jerry and Diane’s book “A Mini Course for Life.”
“A Mini Course for Life” offers new choices for dealing with old challenges and presents amazingly adaptable lessons for solving problems and for whatever life sends your way.
Everyone is welcome, and we will gauge the number of groups we need and different topics based on attendance. The Aspen Spiritual Center will sponsor the event and offer each attendee the tools to participate.
This course and the Attitudinal Healing program have been proven to inspire participants to be better at who they are, happier in how they think and more at peace with every part of their lives.
For more information, please visit our website, http://www.aspenspiritualcenter.org.
Catherine Anne Provine
Executive director, Aspen Spiritual Center
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