Transform Anguish Into Freedom in Rick Jarow’s The Jewel In the Darkness Workshop at the Rowe Conference Center

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Author, pioneer of the anti-career movement and Vassar College Professor, Rick Jarow, Ph.D., will teach a three-day workshop at the Rowe Conference Center in Rowe, MA, on March 26 through March 28, 2010, on how to transform major life transitions into initiations of renewal and possibility.

If you’ve experienced a loss of a job, a change in a relationship, a chronic illness, a revelation, the death of a loved one, or any other major life transition, Rick Jarow’s 3-day workshop, “The Jewel In The Darkness,” at the Rowe Conference Center will allow you to discover profound possibilities in the deepest moments of this challenging time. The workshop, which begins the evening of Friday, March 26, 2010, and ends on Sunday afternoon, March 28, 2010, empowers participants to heal from trauma, embrace fully the life they’ve been given and move through the most difficult aspects of their lives with skill, compassion and peace.

“We will discover that 'not knowing the answer' doesn’t need to cause guilt or shame,” says Jarow, “but rather, can evoke new powers of wisdom and compassion, allowing us to make deeply informed decisions.”

Professor Rick Jarow is renowned for his groundbreaking work in the field of alternative vocation, or anti-career work, that started with his book, Creating the Work You Love. An Associate Professor of Religious Studies at Vassar College in Poughkeepsie, New York, and a former Mellon Fellow in the Humanities at Columbia University, Jarow has also written The Alchemy of Abundance, The Advanced Manifestation Program, Tales for the Dying, Your Life’s Work: The Ultimate Anti-Career Guide, In Search of the Sacred, The Yoga of Work, and numerous other articles and audio programs.

For more information on The Jewel in the Darkness: Life Transitions as Initiations of Renewal at the Rowe Conference Center, 22 Kings Highway, Rowe, MA, go to Rick Jarow’s website ( or to ( or call the Rowe Conference Center at 413-339-4954.


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