Intimacy is so elusive! We yearn for its experience and search for its evidence. We demand its presence and grieve its loss. As intimacy’s delicious nature calls to us, we know intuitively that this is the vibration that fulfills life. Author Judy Borich discusses the difference between closeness and intimacy to help remove blocks that stand in the way of expanded states of relating. June 13, 2002, 6:30 to 8:30 pm. Cost $15.
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Relating is foremost in the minds of people today. Marriages are troubled, relationships don't last, working relationships become dysfunctional, children and parents are estranged, people have fewer friendships. Relating is much less than what is possible, in fact much relating is riddled with disappointment.
Judy's book answers the question. "Why do our relationships deteriorate and become mundane?"
About Judy Borich
Judy Borich is a marriage and family therapist, teacher, minister, and philosopher. She leads life-altering retreats at her retreat center in the mountains of New Mexico. She brings startling insight into the age-old problem of connecting and relating. Through her eyes we are taken through our troubled, contracted ideas of intimacy and into direct contact with the expansive state of Being. She points the way to removing the blocks that stand in the way of entry into the intimate state. She is primarily interested in the expansive state of peace, joy, and love that remain when the pain of the past and the fear of the future are removed.
Judy Borich brings startling insight into the age-old problem of connecting and relating. Through her eyes we are taken through our troubled, contracted ideas of intimacy and into direct contact with the expansive state of Being.
After straightening out the confusion between closeness and intimacy she proceeds to point the way to removing the blocks that stand in the way of entry into the expanded states of relating.
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