Time: December 8, 2017 from 1pm to 3pm
Location: to register and receive phone instructions, click link in the description section below
Website or Map: https://www.kimhermanson.com
Phone: (415) 225-2990
Event Type: teleclass
Organized By: Kim Hermanson, Ph.D.
Latest Activity: on Wednesday
For those with a calling to do depth-oriented work, the path is rarely linear. Your soul’s gift is unique—there's no pre-existing model or “6 Easy Steps” for how to get it out there. The process of developing and launching it is a sacred journey and those who take this journey are pioneers, creating the path as they go.
In this tele-class you will...
In order to create something new, we need to be in harmony with the Deep Creative. When you’re stuck or not moving forward with grace, ease and joy, it’s because you’re out of flow with your own Soul energies. Your rational mind may think you should go one way...but something deeper wants to move you in a different way.
This class will be helpful for anyone seeking clarity on next steps of any kind—business, personal relationships, health, creative projects. Find out what's really going on--energetically and symbolically--beyond your thinking mind.
* This tele-class WILL be recorded. If you can't make the actual event, you can still sign up to receive the recording.
“Not since Carlos Castenada’s books 40 years ago, have I had such a strong reaction. Kim’s work is pioneering.”
~ Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, New York Times bestselling author of Flow: The Psychology of Optimal Experience
"Kim's work is powerful. A single session gave me a breakthrough on an obstacle I'd been struggling with. I highly recommend it." ~ Bonnie Bright, Ph.D., Founder of Depth Psychology Alliance
“I’ve been involved in Jungian therapies for 40 years and worked with many world-famous teachers. None of them were able to bring my soul's images to me, as you did. You have a special and unique gift.” ~ Joan Green, Consultant to the Assisi Institute
Kim Hermanson, PhD is a visionary coach who currently serves as adjunct faculty at Pacifica Graduate Institute. She is the author of Getting Messy: Taking Risks and Opening the Imagination and Sky’s the Limit, which received an Independent Publisher Award. Kim has co-authored articles with New York Times bestselling author Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, and has led workshops at the Esalen Institute. She is known for her skill in quickly shifting people out of spiritual and psychological difficulties into a place of profound beauty, healing and creative flow.