March 20th workshop: The Fire of Relationships: The Wisdom of Love – 1

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March 20th workshop: The Fire of Relationships: The Wisdom of Love – 1

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Artist, the properties Karen French-Hall, “Hold That Thought”,
Sculpture 7x7x13 $500;  Small sculpture 3x3x6 $125
Photographer David Kamm

Workshop series begins March 20, 2014

The FIRE of Relationships: The Wisdom of LOVE – I:

What are you seeking in the relationship?

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by Joan C King

A longing to connect reaches out from the core of our humanness. We ache to belong, to feel the still point of our closeness to another or a group. Who would we BE without our relationships, loveless? Yet, without a provoking event we devote little time reflecting on the churning energies of our relationships. Eager to pull a curtain over their dynamics, we dare not to view them from both sides, to ask without words about them, to sense what is stirring in their depths.

“The sum of all our connections permits us to see the world …from many different perspectives. If all of our connections were focused in only one direction, our world would shrink to one dimension.” Joan C. King. The Code of Authentic Living. Cellular Wisdom, Fort Collins, CO:  Beyond Success, 2012.

 View your relationships as branches of a tree to individuals or groups.  What does the tree reveal about your view of the world?  Are your relationships primarily professional? Who embraces you in times of challenge? Who helps free you from the constrictions of your negative self-judgment? Who listens to the part of you straining to be heard? Examining your tree of relationships, what captivates you? Does it suggest exploring or forging new relationships, and/or releasing some others?  What relationships energize you? Which drain you?

Focus on your five significant relationships. What are you seeking in each of these relationships? Is it a place of safety? Does it free you to expand into more and more of who you want to become? Does the relationship continually puzzle you? Bring heartache and a sense of emptiness? Or does it so cherish you that you break open in its arms? Does it provide a window into the unseen aspects of your being?

 What do you provide to the other/others? What does the relationship call forth within you to share? How meaningful is the relationship to the other/others?  Is it time to break open and burst out of the confines of the expected to touch that which is stirring deep within each of you?

 The French philosopher and paleontologist Teilhard de Chardin reminds us, “Love alone is capable of uniting living beings in such a way as to complete and fulfill them, for it alone takes them and joins them by what is deepest in themselves. 

About Joan C. King, Ph.D.

Joan C. King is a Professor Emerita and former department chair at Tufts University School of Medicine, where she was faculty for twenty years. Her rare combination of life choices—a Dominican Sister; a neuroscientist; and her compassion for the human spirit—gave her the ‘knowing’ and lead her to inner doorways of transformation. With her rare combination of solid scientific knowledge and profound wisdom, Joan leads her audiences to discover their unique Purpose. For more information about Joan King and her work and Cellular Wisdom book series, visit: www.Cellular-Wisdom.com.

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About the Author:

Joan King’s life path embodies the blending of the hard and noetic sciences. At the tender age of seventeen, she stepped into life at the Dominican convent in her hometown of New Orleans, Louisiana. Eleven years later she left that religious training to become a chemist, and then received a Ph.D. in neuroscience and psychology. Her twenty-year tenure as a professor at Tufts University School of Medicine, lead her to a dynamic crossroads of personal self-discovery. She left academia. Her new found "inner knowing" ignited the writing of her first book. It became the foundation in understanding how our bodies model the teachings of our beliefs. Joan King’s blending of science and spirituality birthed her professional coaching business, Beyond-Success LLC, in 1998.