Acceptance and the Power of Observation as a Pathway for a Change Join Mary Corning at the New Renaissance Bookstore in Portland, Oregon, for a special workshop that offers a
Acceptance and the Power of Observation as a Pathway for a Change
Join Mary Corning at the New Renaissance Bookstore in Portland, Oregon, for a special workshop that offers a pathway for lasting change and improved life experience.
Mary states that the greatest element for a change begins with the fundamental aspect of acceptance. Positive change must begin with unveiling the habit of fear. Mary offers a complete shift in perspective that is always accessible and never conditional. By using our own intrinsic gift of understanding we can shift our perspective and change our world. She offers real life examples by sharing stories of her dedication to horses, nature and even her own deepest presence. Mary connects the link of who we are to what we do.
Through her workshops and book Perfect Practice, Mary introduces us to ourselves in a way that feels familiar, comforting and vital. Uncover the veils of perception and live an authentic life. After all, what else could be more rewarding?
Mary Corning’s philosophy is based in utilizing the power of observation. This practice has proven effective in all life situations. Mary first became aware of this perfectly effective practice during her many decades of living with horses. As an equine behaviorist, Mary’s heartfelt attention and focus on horses intensified her ability to understand them. The love that she felt for horses meant she didn’t seek to change them. She saw them as perfect, but within each relationship were effective and ineffective responses that could indeed initiate success or disaster. The observation of love combined with effective responses offered a lifelong study that developed the philosophy for her book, Perfect Practice ~ A Philosophy for a Living an Authentic and Transparent Life.
Price: $30 – Cash accepted at the door. Pay by credit card by calling New Renaissance Bookstore at 503-224-4929.
(Sunday) 2:00 pm - 5:00 am
New Renaissance Bookstore
1338 NW. 23rd Ave.