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Chrysalis Spring Book Club: What Matters Most

  • Chrysalis Institute 3527 Ellwood Avenue Richmond, VA, 23221 United States (map)

Description
Book: What Matters Most by James Hollis, Ph.D.

Why are we here? What is the meaning of existence? What truly matters the most in life? To even begin to answer these questions we must start by exploring our own internal ideals, values, and beliefs. Presenting the unique perspective of respected analyst and author James Hollis, Ph.D., What Matters Most helps readers learn to appreciate (even be amazed by) events unfolding within, even as the external world creates constant struggles.

Facilitators
Victoria B. Saunders, Ph.D., has worked for the last 25 years as a professional facilitator, specializing in female identity development, strategic planning and executive coaching. Vicki has a Masters Degree in Jungian Studies from the Jung Institute in Houston and Saybrook University. She also earned a Ph.D. in Organizational Systems from Saybrook and a Masters degree in Human Resources Development from George Washington University. Vicki has worked with Chrysalis in a variety of capacities for the last 17 years. She has facilitated strategic planning sessions, book groups, workshops, and extended programs dealing with consciousness, creativity, and women’s issues. She is currently serving on the Faculty, chairing the Program and Advancement Committees and is the Past President of Chrysalis Institute.

Jessica Coffey is the publisher and owner of Natural Awakenings of Greater Richmond, a local magazine dedicated to sharing information, resources, news, and events about natural health, wellness, and green living. A lover of meditation, yoga, and searching for four-leaf clovers, Jessica enjoys good books, great conversation, and time in nature (especially by the water). Chrysalis Institute is an organization near and dear to her heart because of the programs and events it offers to encourage deep thinking, personal development, community involvement, and spiritual growth.

Clair Norman  is a seeker and lover of life with a huge amount of hope in her heart fueled by the wonderful people she meets.  She is the Mindfulness Expansion Manager/Writer and Program Facilitator for the Cameron K. Gallagher Foundation. Clair also is staff writer for Natural Awakenings Richmond. Additionally, Clair teaches yoga in the corporate setting, at her local YMCA and for private clients. A mother to 3 who will celebrate 20 years of marriage this year, Clair is preparing to begin her MBSR training at the University of California San Diego. She became inspired by Susan Wilkes when she took her MBSR class at Chrysalis.

Dates
Thursday, February 15th
12:30 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.

Cost
Free/Donations

 

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