Joy & Peace In This Time of Strife
So much conflict, anger, division, bad news, fake news--how in the world can we get and maintain joy and peace in the midst of the noise and emotion and discord and hurt?
How can we stop feeling overwhelmed and discouraged and afraid?
How can we remove ourselves from the static while still being purposefully engaged?
This intensive 5-hour master class will answer just that.
-How to rise above the negativity being slung at you from every direction.
-How to identify and destroy the mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual strongholds that keep you in the mess.
-How to immediately employ the tools, tips, strategies, and mindset that form the foundation for authentic joy and peace.
-How to contribute more to the world without becoming ensnared in its fierce political and social firestorms.
-How to practice perennial spiritual principles and perspectives that will bring a lifetime of joy, peace, wonder, hope, love, gratitude, beauty, and freedom.
WHAT WILL THE MASTER CLASS BE LIKE?
Class size will be limited to 10 participants to allow time and space for everyone.
We will gather around a table and dive right in. Our time together will be entirely non-political and non-religious. Folks from every part of the spectrum are warmly welcomed. This will be a non-judgment, non-debate zone. We will, however, enjoy deep, enriching discussion. And LOTS of laughter.
At lunchtime, we'll amble over to a nearby restaurant for a meal before resuming the rest of our work.
-Advance registration is required by October 24, 2019.
-Snacks and drinks will be provided.
-Cost of lunch is not included. We will be going Dutch so that you can get exactly what you like.
-Cell phones and laptops must be turned off during the master class.
-Payment is nonrefundable.
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
Lauretta Hannon is a bestselling author, teacher, speaker, and has been a regular commentator on National Public Radio's All Things Considered as well as a blogger for The Huffington Post.
Her memoir, The Cracker Queen--A Memoir of a Jagged, Joyful Life, became a bestseller three weeks after its release and set the stage for her subsequent sell-out classes on the topic of joy.
In 2010 the Georgia Center for the Book named her work one of the Top Twenty-Five Books All Georgians Should Read. Lauretta has also been an advice columnist syndicated in more than 500,000 households via 24 newspapers.
Marietta Museum of History (View)
1 Depot Street, Suite 200
Marietta, GA 30060
|Minimum Age: 18|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|