Soul without Shame Workshop – Berkeley CA – Oct 17-19

May 25, 2014

Exploring the Nature of Self-Judgment
with Byron Brown

This workshop will begin to directly address the inner judge using principles of the Diamond Approach®. Through embodied awareness (to support presence) and open-ended inquiry (to bring about understanding), we will learn to recognize and confront the assumptions and principles that keep self-judgment in place. We will cultivate aspects of our true nature that antidote selfjudgment: compassion, will, and strength. Most important, we will practice disengaging from the judgment process through understanding and deliberate action.


The sessions will include meditation, lecture, discussion, and experiential/movement exercises. The workshop is open to everyone with an interest in and a willingness to confront habitual patterns of self-attack. Bring your courage, compassion, and curiosity.

Byron Brown has been a certified Ridhwan teacher since 1990. He leads groups, works with individuals, and trains teachers in the Ridhwan School. He has taught workshops on the superego across the US and in Europe for the last fifteen years. His book, Soul without Shame, was published in 1999 by Shambhala.

$315 with registration by September 1
$350 afterwards
Members of ongoing groups in the Ridhwan School receive a $25 discount. Use “DAGroup” as a Discount Code when registering.

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This looks great but I can't go that weekend of October 16 July 13, 2014 at 9:05 pm

Put me on your mailing list christine

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