Amsterdam: Aging with Grace, Oct. 17


Inside Stories for Aging with Grace
with Sherry Ruth Anderson
based on her new book
Ripening Time

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 19.30-22.00

cover-of-Ripening-TimeJoin us for an evening that offers a new perspective on aging, with stories and questions. We’ll start with questions, of course, because they invite the soul to unfold its secrets. Engaging the aging process through the art of inner inquiry, we’ll challenge our culture’s mind traps and look into its bland assumptions, myths and bald-faced lies that obscure our actual experience. Then we can begin to explore the gifts reserved for age: the losses and endings that lead into the poignant, ferocious truths of maturity. Growing old can be a fruition, if we’re willing let the experience open us to the genuine grace and gift of our human ripening,

Sherry Ruth Anderson teaches the Diamond Approach® and has been a student of that work since 1990. She is also the best selling author of The Feminine Face of God:The Unfolding of the Sacred in Women’s Lives, with Patricia Hopkins, and The Cultural Creatives: How 50 Million People Are Changing the World, with Paul H. Ray. She has been delving precociously into the experience of aging for a very long time and now is old enough to do it legitimately. She teaches and is learning from numerous elders’ seminars and circles in North America and Europe.

Location: Centrum de Roos P.C. Hooftstraat 183 1071 BW Amsterdam

Minimal 10 euro at the door. The talk will be followed by a book signing.

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