Vindictive? Me, vindictive?
Acknowledging our vindictiveness invites us to explore the darker side of being human, the ways in which we hold on to resentments and want to get back at those who made us suffer, making them suffer more. Holding onto vindictiveness could result in you denying the forgiveness and compassion you’ve experienced, and might find you out in the garden in the middle of the night digging up the hatchet you’d buried!
Mother Theresa knew that humans are capable of tremendous good when they embrace the whole of who they are, light and dark. She said that she wouldn’t have been able to help so many if she hadn’t acknowledged, and done something about, her own Vindictiveness. The way out is through turning and facing it, identifying it, feeling it and expressing it.
Are you ready to acknowledge your vindictiveness? And ready to do something about it, with guidance, accompanied by a supportive group of other Hoffman graduates? On the other side is a deeper, richer experience of our humanity. A deeper, richer connection to our Spiritual Self. A deeper, richer life of compassion, ease and wholeness.
Date: Wednesday 15 July, 2020
Led by: Supervising Hoffman teacher, Jeremy Kynaston
Time: 7.30-9.00pm (UK BST – British Summer Time)
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- Vindictive... Who, me? : Jeremy Kynaston
July 15, 2020
7:30 pm - 9:00 pm