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Consciousness, Embodiment and Mutuality in Daily Life with Robert
July 1 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm PDT
An event every month that begins at 4:00 pm on day First of the month, repeating until September 2, 2021
In this sitting, we will explore how the three petals of Trillium Awakening (Consciousness, Embodiment and Mutuality) are actualized in daily life.
Maximum of 8 people per sitting.
Some experience of Trillium Awakening or permission of Robert Silvers.
Robert SilversRobert Silvers is a spiritual mentor, certified practitioner of VortexHealing® Divine Energy Healing, and a Trillium Awakening Interning Teacher. In his teenage years, faced by existential questions such as “what does it matter what I do in life if death is at the end?” he became a Soto Zen Buddhist monk and spent eight years living at a Zen center. While Robert found answers to these types of questions through meditation and deep insight, he also found the need to expand his life beyond the confines of a training center and eventually even beyond the confines of Buddhism. This led to an exploration of many different spiritual paths (Hindu Advaita, Jewish Renewal, Sufi groups, incarnational spirituality etc.) as well as psychotherapeutic and personal development work, including studying the Enneagram. After a period of several years of searching (unsuccessfully) for a spiritual path that truly called him, Robert found Waking Down in 2009. He became a mentor in 2011 and a teacher in 2012. He was also the Executive Director of the Institute of Awakened Mutuality from 2011 to 2014.Robert has an MBA from UCLA and a Ph.D. in Organizational Behavior from Stanford University which led to a career as a business school professor. After leaving that career, he trained as a clinical hypnotherapist and life coach and worked for several years in the coaching profession. He has also served on the boards of several spiritual nonprofit organizations. Robert lives with his wife and their two cats in Bothell, Washington.
How to Register
Register by contacting Robert at [email protected]
Suggested donation of $20, but pay what you will.