Could radical acceptance of the many things, events, and people that we find unacceptable invite us into a space of deep loving where healing can take place?  Tom Goddard and Roger Telschow are leading a session to find out!

On the Frontier of Loving:  Radical Acceptance

Saturday, 4pm to 6pm, February 2

-- Falls Church, VA --

Potluck Gathering, 6:00 pm

What's on your list:  a child's attitude, a spouse's habits, a job, a neighbor's junky driveway, air pollution, foreign policy, or any number of the injustices plaguing our world?   Our coping mechanisms for these unacceptable things range from rage to gritting our teeth to turning our heads and much in between.
We won't be practicing shoulder-shrugging or capitulation.  Rather, through a series of experiential processes, we'll explore what it might be to accept what is, completely and radically.  Some suggest that it is only with this foundation that we can be effective agents of loving change in the world.  Come join us in the experiment!
BRING A DISH FOR 8 PEOPLE (main dish, salad, side dish, bread & beverage, or dessert).
Invite along a friend if you like.  Can't make it at 4pm? - then just stop in at 6pm for the potluck! 

to this month's meeting place (the home of Barra Kahn in Falls Church, VA):
From the beltway (I-495), take Arlington Blvd. (U.S. 50) eastbound toward Falls Church/Arlington.  In about 3 miles you will pass a McDonald's (it's off on the right on the service road).  Turn right at the next light, Annandale Rd.  Go 7/10 mile & turn left at the second light (Kerns Road).  Take Kerns through the light at Sleepy Hollow.  In a couple of blocks Kerns becomes Lily Dhu Lane.  Continue past the "Dead End" sign.  The house, 6438 Lily Dhu Lane, is a few houses past that sign on your left.  Barra's phone # is 703-941-8849.