The Freedom Seminar
This seminar is for anyone who…
Seeks freedom from self-limitation
Wants the confidence to actualize dreams
Is ready to graduate fully from the past
Wants to live a more self-determined life!
The Institute’s Freedom Seminar is an interactive, solution-based seminar whose aim is to give participants concrete tools for breaking out and breaking free.
This half-day seminar is about liberating true self – the authentic self who, for many, lies buried beneath a cloak of coping and adapting, constricted by all sorts of rules and expectations of who we should be.
Freeing self often means going against what’s engrained, forging a new path, and venturing into unfamiliar territory. It means letting go of who we are not so as to reveal who we are – and taste true freedom at last. The focus is radical simplification. It’s coming home to self – to a self that’s both familiar and entirely new.
The Freedom Seminar has a purposeful flow to it, moving participants from:
As participants identify lingering – and often limiting – remnants of the past in their lives, to:
As they learn to release these constraints, love and accept themselves, and embrace personal power, to:
As participants set a course for a self-determined future.
“The privilege of a lifetime is to become who you truly are.” – Carl Jung
Topics typically include:
- Becoming a student of life: the power of seeing everything as your teacher
- From wounding to adaptation: how we get wounded and how we learn to cope
- Healing the core, healing a life: how to move from surviving to thriving
- Mastering personal boundaries: protecting and preserving self
- Consciously loving self: the power of unconditional positive regard
- Embracing gratitude: how to experience abundance each and every day
- Preserving authenticity: embracing self and being unapologetic about it
- Designing a life you love: living on purpose and finding your personal mission
Saturday, March 4
9 am – 1 pm
7 Chase Hill Road
Kennebunk, ME 04043
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“Be yourself. Everyone else is already taken.” – Oscar Wilde