Wed, Feb 16|
Taste of "Cultivating a Forgiving Heart"
A First Step On the Path to Forgiveness with Amalia Phillips & Lindsay Christensen
Time & Location
Feb 16, 2022, 12:00 PM – 2:30 PM PST
About The Event
Taste of "Cultivating a Forgiving Heart":
A First Step On the Path to Forgiveness
February 16th, 2022
12 - 2:30 pm Pacific | 3 - 5:30 pm Eastern
Facilitated by Amalia Phillips & Lindsay Christensen
We are all human and our lives are messy; we stand at one moment as the person who has been hurt and the next moment as the person who is inflicting the hurt.
This single-session workshop is an invitation to take the first step on the path that may lead you to forgiveness. While there is no magic pill, this session will start you on an openhearted self-exploration that will nudge you in that direction. It can be attended as a standalone event, or as a primer to our Cultivating a Forgiving Heart workshop series.
The cost for this workshop series is tiered according to a pay-as-you-are-able structure. This enables us to offer workshops in a financially sustainable way while creating accessibility for those without financial means to attend, as well as opportunities for generosity for those who would like to support others' attendance.
$25 - Friend
$35 - Supporter
$45 - Champion
$55 - Visionary
We are committed to accessibility and sincerely wish for all who wish to attend our workshops to be able to do so, regardless of financial means. If the lowest ticket price is not affordable for you, please submit a scholarship request.
Your generous donations make our scholarship program possible. If you have the means, please consider donating to our scholarship fund to enable others to attend who otherwise would not be able to do so.
Cancellations made 7 days or more in advance of the event date will receive a 100% refund. Cancellations made within 7 days of the first session will receive a tuition credit which may be used towards any future Compassionate Listening course or workshop.
This online course will be held on Zoom. It is highly experiential and requires your full presence, participation, and commitment to show up without distraction.
In order to make the most of your experience and support others' learning and engagement, please:
- Plan to arrive in a quiet distraction-free environment, fully present and available to experience the workshop.
- Do not join the workshop while in transit (walking, driving, on the bus, etc.), or while multitasking (cooking, working, watching television, etc.).
- Connect to the event using a device that has full video and audio capability. Our hope is that everyone will be able to connect to the event using a device that has full video and audio capability because breakout rooms will be used to guide participants through our curriculum in small groups and we will be sharing screens throughout the course.
If you require any accommodations to attend, including physical limitations around viewing screens or having your video on, please contact us so that we can plan accordingly and/or match you with a workshop that meets your needs.
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Looking forward to meeting you in the circle!
Amalia Phillips | Annapolis, Maryland
Amalia brings a wealth of experience in the US and around the world as a long-time educator, Conflict Resolution Facilitator (trained by the Alternatives to Violence Project, USA), a mediator (trained by the Anne Arundel Center for mediation), and a Compassionate Listening Facilitator for the Compassionate Listening Project. Amalia artfully shares the principles of Compassionate Listening and nurtures brave conversations with groups of all sizes, including religious organizations, educational institutions, volunteer organizations, and her Listening Room. Amalia resides in Annapolis, MD. She is married and has 6 children and 12 grandchildren.