Applying Psycho-spiritual Practices in Everyday Life
Every action we take affects ourselves and everyone else on the planet instantaneously. Our way of living has affected our physical bodies as well as our whole lives. How does this creative process function in our lives? How do we create our own reality? More importantly, what can we do to align ourselves with the Energy of the Universe to manifest our Highest Selves? Join in this exploration of daily practices that can bring more joy and fulfillment into our lives, practices that encourage gratitude, provide balance, and help us set our intentions to move forward consciously.
Aging to Sage-ing: Claiming Your Wise Elder, with Lucinda Kurtz, M.A. and Oran Hesterman, Ph.D.
“A Sage is a person who deserves respect and honor and whose work it is to synthesize wisdom from long life experience and to formulate this into a legacy for future generations.” —The Live Oak Project
This class will introduce powerful practices for identifying and claiming the wisdom of our maturing lives. A new vision of our eldering years can emerge, one that allows us to revel in our accomplishments and harvest the fruits of our labor. We can feel empowered to use our talents to benefit the next generation, the global community, and the earth. Join us as we begin to explore how to transform the fears of aging and our mortality and reside in a place of greater equanimity and acceptance. Lucinda and Oran are certified Sage-ing Mentors, engaged with the Yerusha Sage-ing Mentorship Program, that helps people discover their life’s wisdom and explore their soul’s journey.
Lucinda Kurtz, M.A. is a Brennan Healing Science Practitioner and Sage-ing Mentor who focuses her practice and teachings on helping people achieve full manifestation of their potential. As an Energy Healer, Lucinda uses a holistic approach to health and healing combining hands-on energy healing, bioenergetic techniques, and shamanic practices, to help each individual create a healthy and joyful life. Lucinda teaches classes in Kabbalah, using this mystical path of deep relationship between self and the Divine as a powerful avenue to greater self- awareness and personal transformation.
Throughout her career as professor of Women’s Studies, advocate for Planned Parenthood, Vice- President of the National Women’s Political
Caucus, and Founding President of the international Global Hopemakers, her energy and passion for transformation has been unwavering.
Lucinda is married to Oran Hesterman, President of Fair Food Network, and lives in Ann Arbor, MI. They are the delighted grandparents of 5 rambunctious grandchildren. Lucinda and Oran are certified Sage-ing Mentors engaged with the Yerusha Sage-ing Mentorship Program that helps people discover their life’s wisdom and explore their soul’s journey.