06:30 pm - 09:00 pm
The inner critic (also called the "superego") is a structure that develops in childhood as the mind develops. It's based on the values of our caregivers and society. For some it's a helpful coach, for others a persecuting tyrant. Although it had a developmental purpose in childhood, as we grow and mature we want to live our own lives, not carry around the milieu of environments we've tried hard to outgrow. The problem is, the inner critic actively works against our efforts to grow, whether psychologically or spiritually. We must reckon with this force if we are to truly know ourselves and follow our soul's unfolding. Understanding the nature of the inner critic and its restrictive tendencies is the first step. If you are inspired to do a deeper dive and to learn the Diamond Approach methodology to free yourself from the inner critic, you may want to take our spring workshop series, which you can read about here.
There is no fee for this introductory talk but advanced registration is required by February 12. Please be aware that this event is scheduled on Hawai'i time, which is two hours earlier than Pacific time.
To register contact Anne Hoff or Ursula McCall. Advanced registration required; deadline to register is February 12.
Wednesday February 15
6:30 - 9:00 pm Hawai'i time
There is no fee for this event but advanced registration with the event organizer is required.