What college student hasn’t pondered the existential question, “Why am I here?” Others have asked, “Who am I?” Pilate asked Jesus, “What is Truth?” All of these questions are answered profoundly in the workshop, “Discover Why You Are Here.”
It looks at four main reasons why you’re here:
- To realize your true nature (which the Yogis call Moksha).
- To heal your relationships with the people in your life (which the Yogis call cleaning up your Karma).
- To take the talents God gave you and bring them into the world. (The yogis call this doing your Dharma).
- To heal the planet. (Jewish people call this Tikkun-olam.)
The workshop will show you how effortlessly meditation can bring you to an experience of your true Self. It will teach a technique to help you come to peace with anyone and everyone in your life who you are not at peace with. It will also show you how to discover your Dharma. Lastly, it will inspire you to create a project that can help heal the world.
LIFE COACH & MEDITATION TEACHER
Life Coach Cary Bayer has helped thousands of people create breakthroughs in virtually every area of life, and has worked with Oscar-winners Alan Arkin and Pietro Scalia, Emmy-winners comic/director David Steinberg and Judy Henderson, and Quality Inns. A former trainer of teachers of Transcendental Meditation, he’s the founder of Higher Self Healing Meditation.
Cary has authored 13 full-length books, including Prosperity Aerobics, Relationships 101, and 40 Days to a Happy Life; contributed a chapter to 27 Flavors of Fulfillment, co-written by Alan Cohen, Colin Tipping, Sonia Choquette, and Gangaji, among others; as well as three dozen mini-books, and a dozen CDs and DVDs.
He’s appeared on dozens of TV and radio shows, and his writing has run in New Age Journal, Playboy, New York's Daily News, and the San Francisco Chronicle. He writes a syndicated column called “Life 101” that appears in publications throughout the country. He was the keynote speaker at the national convention of the American Massage Therapy Association.
1:00pm to 3:30pm