What Does It Mean to Be Human?
Chakra Consciousness in a COVID World
January 18, 25
February 1, 8, 15, 22
March 1, 8
Each class of this series begins at 9:30 a.m. with a short break at 10:30 a.m. and closure at 11:30 a.m.
$30 per two-hour class; OR $200 for the eight-week series if paid in full by the first class.
This series will be held via Zoom and the address for payment by check will be given upon registration.
(No refunds can be given once payment is made but every effort will be made to reschedule any cancellation that affects the whole class.)
A year has passed since COVID arrived on the global scene, literally shutting down the world as we knew it while we scrambled to understand its relative lethality and path of spread. Despite all that we have learned thus far, dissension persists regarding how to best deal with it. Our very sense of what it means to be human has been challenged
This series will seek to better understand the deeper issues at hand. Not only are we physical beings responding to errant strands of RNA, but we are feeling, thinking, social, energetic, and spiritual beings as well. Our response to any threat potentially impacts all of these aspects of our humanness.
We will approach this daunting topic through the lens of the major chakras. Their themes of survival, desire, control, connection, creativity, vision, and soul will guide us one by one as we consider such issues as human vulnerability, our relationship with death and life, how these themes impact consciousness, and how consciousness can transcend them. We will examine our shared experiences with minerals, plants, animals, and angels as well as our differences. Hopefully, we will come to a deeper understanding of what it means to be human and find ways to honor that totality for ourselves and others.
A list of references and relevant handouts will be provided for this eight-week series during the first class and as needed thereafter.
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Regina Bogle, M.D.
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