How to Create the Work You Love -- Rick Jarow’s Workshop at CIIS in San Francisco, California

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The “Creating the Work You Love” workshop taught by Rick Jarow, author, Vassar College Associate Professor and pioneer of the anti-career movement, takes place at the California Institute of Integral Studies in San Francisco, CA on Sunday, April 11, 2010.

If you’re ready to finally have work you truly love, work that is in alignment with your life’s calling, register for Rick Jarow’s “Creating the Work You Love” workshop on Sunday, April 11, 2010, at the California Institute of Integral Studies in San Francisco, CA. The workshop, based on Jarow’s renowned book by the same name, starts at 10:00 am and ends at 5:00 pm. Registration is $135.

"Creating the Work You Love” explores the question, “What do you do and why?” It shows participants how to open the doors of inspiration, transform desires into action, and find the motivation and discipline to develop their authentic vocation. “This workshop is taught in a highly experiential, meditative format so participants can discover how to build a self-sustaining career that resonates with their deepest levels of integrity, passion, and purpose… even in these tough economic times,”
says Jarow.

Rick Jarow, who has been teaching workshops on the art and science of authentic vocation for over 15 years at prestigious centers throughout the United States and Europe, is the author of many books, including Creating the Work You Love, 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, and The Yoga of Work as well as numerous articles and audio programs. With more than 25 years of experiential study and practice the world’s spiritual traditions, including yogic disciplines, meditational arts, cross-culture mythology and astrology, Jarow currently teaches an Associate Professor of Religious Studies at Vassar College in Poughkeepsie, NY.

For more information go to: or call the California Institute of Integral Studies at (415) 575-6100.


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