Feb 28, 2021 @ 2:30 pm - 4:00 pm PST (Convert time zone)
Teacher(s) & Mentor(s)
Ted Strauss & Hillary Davis
CORE TEACHING EVENT
Ted and Hillary will explore the roots of lack of confidence and the devastating effect it has on our lives. Then they will offer practices and approaches to building confidence in Being while working with participants to support growth in confidence.
This presentation will be important for anyone who has who has felt chronically held back, unempowered, or unsure of their right to take up space, attention or resources.
If you are new to Trillium Awakening, your prerequisites are attendance at an online Trillium Awakening Introduction or participation in a Free 1-to-1 Introductory Session with a Trillium Awakening teacher.
If you are not new to Trillium Awakening, your prerequisites are previous participation at an in-person or virtual sitting, workshop, or retreat, or having sessions with a Trillium Awakening teacher.
About Ted & Hillary
Ted Strauss was among the first group of Waking Down teachers in 1996. He initiated and helped create the first weekend and week-long retreats, the mentor and teacher training programs, and the IAM Foundations course. He has since articulated a detailed model of the awakening process that is being used in digital personal development applications. Ted has a way of delivering the wisdom of esoteric teachings in simple, practical ways that directly catalyze major awakening shifts. https://www.trilliumawakening.org/profile/ted-strauss/
Hillary Davis has been a teacher of Waking Down and Trillium Awakening for 24 years and is a co-founder of the Institute of Awakened Mutuality (IAM). She is particularly gifted at helping people to feel, permit, and be with parts of themselves they previously couldn’t access, allowing more freedom and flow of their life force. She loves to help people awaken, embody and integrate that realization into their lives. https://www.trilliumawakening.org/profile/hillarydavis/
PLEASE NOTE: YOUR CONTRIBUTION IS VOLUNTARY
There is a limit of 30 registrants for this event. 22 spots remain available.