An experiential talk with Judith Garten
What does it mean to live an undefended life? Imagine being so undefended in the sight of another that you have no need to pretend, cover over, or arm yourself against some imaginary threat. Imagine your heart free to love and express itself.
Do you wish to live like that? Do you think it is possible?
To live such a life means to be able to be free enough to be real, authentic, true. It means to live without pretenses. It means no hiding behind a mask of being more than you are at any given moment. It means meeting your fellow human beings humbly and surrendering to what life brings. Ultimately, it means securing your precious freedom.
During this evening’s exploration we will experience one of the world’s most difficult dualities: self vs. other. We will take a look at some of our defenses that obscure our true selves and go home with the sweet taste of freedom to be who you really are.
Free and open to all.
Judith Garten, teacher and counselor in a psychological/metaphysical discipline, has taught many diverse groups this new perspective, including the Hutus and Tutsis in Rwanda, managers of Fortune 500 Companies, and ex-drug addicts from East New York.
Register on the calendar at starrlibrary.org or call 876-4030.