Big Sur, CA (PRWEB) July 23, 2010
Even in these tough economic times, you can develop a self-sustaining career that resonates with your highest levels of integrity, passion, and purpose. Rick Jarow, author, professor and pioneer of the “anti-career” movement, leads the way in his “Creating the Work You Love” 5-day intensive at Esalen Institute in Big Sur, CA, from August 15 to 20, 2010.
In this highly experiential 5-day workshop, which is Jarow’s only West Coast workshop in the United States this season, participants will gain the clarity they need to define their authentic vocation, discern their true priorities, make clear decisions, manifest their creative visions in the world, and develop a career aligned with their entire being.
“Out of all the workshops I give every year, the five-day intensive at Esalen Institute consistently stands out as the most powerful and transformative,” says Jarow. “This is where you can grab the horns of the runaway bull of your life, stop, listen, and incubate a healing, authentic direction, and finally feel that your work is aligned with the real meaning of your life.”
Using internal exercises and step-by-step methods, Jarow guides participants to:
- Discover a radical, embodied approach to one’s life work.
- Learn techniques for clear, effective decision making.
- Apply depth processes for negotiating life transitions.
- Develop work that reflects your heart’s compassion and your soul’s courage.
The result is an inner readiness and practical preparedness to manifest your vocation and cultivate sources of creativity, income, and freedom that are in alignment with your authentic self.
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. With more than 25 years of experiential study and practice in 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: http://rickjarow.com or call (845) 485-2614.
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